National Core Indicators™

National Core Indicators (NCI) is a voluntary effort by public developmental disabilities agencies to measure and track their own performance.

The core indicators are standard measures used across states to assess the outcomes of services provided to individuals and families.  Indicators address key areas of concern including employment, rights, service planning, community inclusion, choice, and health and safety.

NCI is a collaboration of participating states, HSRI, and NASDDDS.

NCI Blog

Supporting Individuals and Families to Have Full and Meaningful Lives as Members of Their Communities

by Dorothy Hiersteiner

On May 25, 2016 Valerie Bradley, President of HSRI, presented to a forum of Massachusetts parents and advocates. Val presented on national trends impacting support needs of families, reforms in family support and what NCI family survey data show about the circumstances of…

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April - 2016
Outcomes For Adults On The Autism Spectrum Receiving Services In 31 States: Putting The Research In Context

National Core Indicators and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Putting the Data in Context Webinar presented on March 10, 2016 Presenters: Valerie Bradley, President of Human Services Research Institute Ari Ne'eman, President and Co-founder of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network   The…