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

2018 Holiday Reflections

by Dorothy Hiersteiner

As the holidays rapidly approach, many people think about spending time with loved ones and sharing the celebration with their communities. For this blog post, we decided to take a look at what NCI data show about community engagement and the community experiences of people…

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September - 2018
NCI Data Highlight: Aging Caregivers

Check out this new data highlight on aging caregivers.  The 2016-2017 National Core Indicators™ Adult Family Survey Data indicate that 60% of caregivers responding were between the ages of 55 and 74, and 11% were 75 years and over.  In one state, 22% of the respondents were…