The Residential Information Systems Project (RISP) is a longitudinal study of long-term supports and services (LTSS) that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) receive. An annual survey of state IDD agencies is used to gather information about the settings in which LTSS recipients live, federal and state funding mechanisms used, residential setting type and size, age of recipients, and expenditures. A technical report is published annually describing the data from the most recent state fiscal year. The RISP report includes data from the Families Information Systems Project starting from the fiscal year FY 2015 report. The current report is for FY 2017.
The Residential Information Systems Project Annual Report: Status and Trends Through 2017 is the most recent report with data from Fiscal Year 2017 (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017). In addition to the technical report, the following other products are available:
- State Profiles a single page summary of describing status and trends for one state (updated to FY2017)
- Infographics graphics depicting key findings from the technical report (in the report, FY 2017)
- Chart Gallery an interactive tool to view detailed data by state, year, and funding authority. Topics include ICF/IID and Medicaid Waiver recipients, expenditures and expenditures per person from 1977 to 2016.
- Survey instrument and operational definitions for Fiscal Year 2017 are separate from the report, but available online in the publications section.
FY 2017 Infographics
For more information about RISP, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This project is funded through a cooperative agreement from the Administration on Community Living, U.S.Department of Health and Human Services Grant #90DNPA0001-01. Grantees undertaking projects undergovernment sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view oropinions do not therefore necessarily represent official ACL or NIDRR policy.