"In fact, the HCBS waiver has emerged as the principal funding source for services that support individuals living in the family home (Rizzolo, Hemp, & Braddock, 2006). Lakin, Prouty, and Coucouvanis (2007) reported that over 45% of HCBS recipients in 2006 lived with their parents or other family members. The states offer a wide range of HCBS waiver services that benefit individuals with ID/DD, including those living in the family home. "
"Proportion of HCBS recipients living with family increased from 6% to 22% to 39% (Lakin et al 2007) What can we learn from NCI? What can we learn from NCI? — Adult Consumer Survey – adults 18 and over receiving at least one service besides case management – looked at results by residence — Adult Family Survey – families with an adult family member living at home — Family Guardian Survey – families and guardians of an adult living outside the home NCI Adult Consumer Survey NCI Adult Consumer Survey — Data from 2006-2007 — 12,193 people interviewed across 19 states and one regional area — Compared results across settings ? Home of parent or other relative ? "
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