The Residential Information Systems Project is a longitudinal study of trends in residential service setting types, setting sizes, funding authorities, and expenditures for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the United States. The most recent report uses data from fiscal year 2016 (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016 for most states). RISP reports are downloadable in Adobe Acrobat format.
Current RISP Annual Report
Status and Trends through 2016 (published 2018, 9.1 MB) is the current RISP annual report using data for the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016
Survey Instruments and Operational Definitions from the FY2016 are:
- RISP FY2016 Survey
- RISP FY2016 Operational Definitions
- RISP FY2016 Public Residential Facility (PRF) Survey
Please also explore the online interactive charts in the Chart Gallery that can be downloaded and shared. Featured charts are displayed below.
One-page infographics from the report are also available for download:
Related Publications & Presentations
Policy Research Brief: Developments in Living Arrangements and Choice for Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities by James Houseworth, Renata Ticha, John Smith, Roqayah Ajaj (2018)
- Poster: How many people receive supports and services from Intellectual or Developmental Disability State Agencies?, Heidi Eschenbacher (March 2018)