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DDA System Management: Waiting List, Service Registry, Inactive, and Future Need Registry

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  1. DDA System Management:Waiting List,Service Registry,Inactive, and Future Need Registry Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Developmental Disabilities Administration 201 W. Preston Street Baltimore, Maryland July 2011

  2. Waiting List Database – Total People Note: Data includes both Developmental Disabled and Supports Only eligibility categories. Data as of July 1, 2011

  3. Waiting List – Crisis Resolution by Service Request People in Crisis Resolution 107 Day Supports 94 Residential Supports 94 Individual Supports 11 $1,692,000 $7,520,000 $143,000 Note: Residential support services examples include Alternative Living Units (ALU), Group Homes, Individual Family Care (IFC), and Community Supported Living Arrangement (CSLA). Day support services include day habilitation, supported employment, community learning service, & employment discovery and customization. Individual supports service include individual and family support services. Services data are duplicative counts of people as many express interest in some or all of the service categories available for funding. Data as of July 1, 2011.

  4. Waiting List – Crisis Prevention by Service Request People in Crisis Prevention 1139 Day Supports 654 Residential Supports 633 Individual Supports 509 $11,772,000 $50,640,000 $6,617,000 Note: Residential support services examples include Alternative Living Units (ALU), Group Homes, Individual Family Care (IFC), and Community Supported Living Arrangement (CSLA). Day support services include day habilitation, supported employment, community learning service, & employment discovery and customization. Individual supports service include individual and family support services. Services data are duplicative counts of people as many express interest in some or all of the service categories available for funding. Data as of July 1, 2011.

  5. Waiting List – Current Request by Service Request People in Current Request 5,292 Day Supports 2,931 Residential Supports 2,629 Individual Supports 2,550 $52,758,000 $210,320,000 $33,150,000 Note: Residential support services examples include Alternative Living Units (ALU), Group Homes, Individual Family Care (IFC), and Community Supported Living Arrangement (CSLA). Day support services include day habilitation, supported employment, community learning service, & employment discovery and customization. Individual supports service include individual and family support services. Services data are duplicative counts of people as many express interest in some or all of the service categories available for funding. Data as of July 1, 2011.

  6. Waiting List – Crisis Resolution by Age People in Crisis Resolution 107 0 – 9 Years xxx 0 – 9 Years 2 10 - 19 Years 9 20 - 29 Years 55 30 – 39 Years 13 40 – 49 Years 10 50 – 59 Years 10 60 – 79 Years 8 Note: Children with developmental disabilities have entitlements to several entitlement programs such as education, medical, family supports, and more and therefore DDA is the funder of last resort. Data as of July 1, 2011

  7. Waiting List Database by Ethnicity People in Crisis Resolution Category 107 Caucasian 37 African American 51 Multi Racial 1 Asian 4 Other 14 Note: Data as of July 1, 2011

  8. Waiting List – Crisis Resolution by County Data as of July 1, 2011.

  9. Service Registry Database Community Services People in Community Services 14,454 Residential Habilitation 5615 Day Habilitation 6797 Supported Employment 4534 Community Supported Living Arrangement 1718 Individual Support Services 1683 Family Support Services 471 Notes: (1) Services are defined as being both comprehensive and ongoing services to meet the person’s needs. It does not include resource coordination or low intensity support services (LISS). LISS is a short-term support interventions. (2) Figures represent duplicative counts of people as people can receive more than one services to support their needs. (3) Data as of July 1, 2011.

  10. Future Need Registry Database People 2,897