National Core Indicators Report

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Sept. 4, 2018

What is NCI?
The National Core Indicators (NCI) program is a voluntary effort by state developmental disability agencies to gauge and track their own performance using a common and nationally validated set of performance measures. The effort is coordinated by the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) in collaboration with the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI). NCI has developed a set of more than 100 standard performance measures (or “indicators”) that states use to assess the outcomes of services provided to individuals and their families. These indicators focus on areas such as: employment, rights, service planning, community inclusion, choice, health, and safety. During the FY 13/14 data collection cycle, 33 states and 22 sub-state entities participated in NCI.


Click here for the FY 13/14  Family/Guardian Survey Outcomes:  San Andreas Regional Center Report FGS

Click here for the  FY 13/14 Adult Family Survey Outcomes: San Andreas Regional Center Report AFS

Please Click Here for the San Andreas Regional Center Report:   San Andreas Regional Center Report NCI