This page provides communications from the Division of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) regarding services and supports for adults and children with intellectual or developmental disabilities. The most recent item added is listed at the top of each of the categories listed below. Communications are sent on Wednesdays.
|Date||Support Level Determination / Algorithm|
|June 14, 2012||
Support Levels are a numeric value determined using an algorithm that includes factors based on assessments of the client’s needs as measured by the adaptive, medical and behavioral components of the SIS Assessment plus factors for defined safety risk.
The factors applied in the Support Level Algorithm are: Adaptive Skills, Behavioral and Medical support needs scores from the SIS Assessment and extreme safety risk to self or public safety risk.