3. Where do people who get supports live?

Bar chart showing where people with IDD receiving services lived in 2019. The bars show the percentage of people in each setting type. 8% of people receiving services lived in provider-owned settings of 7 or more people. 16% of people receiving services lived in provider-owned homes of one to six people. 5% of people receiving services lived in host or foster family homes. 11% of people receiving services lived in their own homes. 60% of people receiving services lived in family homes.
  • Including people who do and people who do not get LTSS, about 80% of people with IDD live with family members. Some live on their own or with a roommate or spouse.
  • Among people who get LTSS, 60% live with family members.
  • Families are the primary supporters for both children and adults with IDD. They informal supports including housing, financial, social, and transportation supports throughout people‚Äôs lives.
  • Most people with IDD who do not live with families live in their own home (11%) or in small (16%) or large group (8%) settings.