Webinar: Understanding the National Core Indicators®-IDD 2020 Staff Stability Report and COVID-Supplement

Apr 19, 2022 | Webinars

COVID-19 disruptions have resulted in state developmental disabilities system challenges, program closures, direct support professional separation, dislocation of people receiving services, and challenges to the DSP workforce. Data from the National Core Indicators-Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Staff Stability Survey and COVID Supplement from 2020 provide a graphic picture of these issues and the challenges faced by staff, providers, and State DD agencies during the first year of the pandemic.

Join NADSP President and CEO, Joseph Macbeth in conversation with Valerie Bradley (HSRI), Dorothy Hiersteiner (NCI), and Laura Vegas (NASDDDS) as they discuss data from the National Core Indicators-IDD Staff Stability Survey.

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