FY 2018 RISP Infographics

Where do people with IDD who get supports live?

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Pie chart showing the percent of people with IDD living in different types of settings. Family home is a residence shared by a person with IDD and their related family members. Own home is a home owned or rented by one or more adults with IDD. Host or foster family home is a home owned or rented by an individual or family who provide supportive services to one or more people with IDD. Group home is a residence of six or fewer people owned, rented or managed by the organization or agency that provides services to people in the home. Institution is a residence of seven or more people owned, rented or managed by the organization or agency that provides services to people in the home.  Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities are group homes if they served six or fewer people, institutions if they serve 7 or more people.

In 2018, 792,030 Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) recipients with IDD lived with a family member and 516,505 lived in other settings. Overall, 59% lived with a family member, 11% lived in their own home, 5% lived in a host or foster family home, 16% lived in a group home shared by six or fewer people with IDD, and 9% lived in larger IDD facilities, nursing homes or psychiatric facilities.

For more information about RISP, contact: risp@umn.edu

Cite as: Residential Information Systems Project (year). [Page Name]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, RISP, Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration. Retrieved from: https://risp.umn.edu.)