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National Core Indicators In Person Survey Supported by DDD

DDD is participating in the National Core Indicator (NCI) project 

whose purpose is to develop standard performance measures for state systems that provide services to adults with developmental disabilities.


The New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities is excited to participate in the NCI project through utilization of the In-Person Survey (IPS). The IPS is a face-to-face conversation between individuals receiving services and Division staff.  To ensure that the highest standards are used in survey completion, Division staff conducting it have been formally trained by the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI), the entity that oversees NCI.  Individuals were randomly selected to participate and Division staff will reach out to them to schedule time to talk about their experiences with the services they’re receiving. You can use the NCI Survey Overview to learn more about the survey and to help with these conversations. 

Support Coordination Agencies Request Rate Increase from DDD

The Support Coordination Alliance (SCA) a sub-committee of the Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities (ABCD) one of the four leading trade groups supporting providers of services to NJ Division of Developmental Disabilties (DDD) has requested the Department of Human Services (DHS) include a rate increase from $239.81 per monthly billable to $325.84 per monthly billable be included in the DDD budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. 


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