CERIIDD’s Research Purpose:

Increase in understanding in the health profiles of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) who recipients of Medicaid and also receiving Medicaid funded long-term services and supports (LTSS)
To disseminate data-based evidence to encourage the improvement of health systems, increase self-determination, and reduce health disparities experienced by individuals with I/DD

Data Briefs: 

 

CERIIDD Data Briefs are targeted and timely one or two-page research summaries on topics critical to individuals with I/DD. Data Briefs cover a broad range of topics including sustaining new and innovative services, the impact of healthcare reform on individuals with I/DD, and addressing the direct support professional workforce crisis. 

DSP Overtime Study 

       Fiscal Effort for IDD Services Pre- and Post- Medicaid Expansion

      Health Care Political Reporting and Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

       Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Children with Disabilities

      Preliminary Summary of Major Unusual Incidents and Full Moon

      Remote Monitoring in Ohio

      Snapshot Ohioans with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Impacted by Federal Medicaid Reform

       Staff Turnover and Ohio Unemployment Rate

    

For more information on CERIIDD’s Data Briefs, please email Assistant Director of Research, Christine Touvelle.


Presentations:

 

2018 Epilepsy Foundation Skills Building Institute Presentation

2016 AAIDD Conference Poster Presentation