Annual Report – Statistics

2019 Accomplishments

Administrator of Benefits and Safety

  1. 406 referrals were made and 207 developmental evaluations were completed by EI staff. 153 children were eligible to receive services.
  2. Investigative Agents investigated 368 allegations of abuse, neglect, misappropriation and other major unusual incidents.
  3. Staff provided support and training to agency personnel, independent providers, parents, interns, and contractors.
  4. 158 families received respite care, health care supplies, special dietary needs, safety needs and/or developmental toys through Family Needs Assistance. (local levy funded)
  5. Quality review staff completed 54 medication quality reviews, 11 provider compliance reviews, and provided trainings to assist private agencies with quality outcomes and regulations.

Funder of Federal, State and Local Levy Dollars

  1. Facilitated 638 private and agency providers to capture $22,669,389.02 through Medicaid waiver funding. $8,367,271.49 was from the Developmental Disabilities of Clark County levy and State dollars.
  2. 14 people received $ 105,377 for care and services through Individual Budgets, which are funded 100% by Developmental Disabilities of Clark County levy dollars.
  3. 298 individuals enrolled on the Individual Options Waiver.
  4. 171 individuals enrolled on the Level I Waiver.
  5. 7 individuals enrolled on the SELF Waiver.

Provider of Services to Individuals

  • 453 children and their families, ages 0-3 years, received early intervention services.
  • 22 adults at Adult Services at the Town and Country Center received habilitation services and supports.
  • 95 individuals earned minimum wage while learning valuable employment skills. Provided job follow along services /retention to 43 individual’s (non- waiver) throughout the year.
  • Herbs and vegetables, grown by individuals at Adult Services at the Town and Country Center, were donated to local homeless shelters through Interfaith Hospitality Network and Second Harvest Food Bank.
  • Individuals who participated in the Horticulture and Discovery program planted and mulched flower beds in Springfield’s Zonta Park.
  • Helped 40 individuals participate in community activities of interests throughout the year to receive skills training and help them be more employable/job ready.
  • More than 250 individuals attend at least one social event each month, providing adults with DD the opportunity to socialize with friends and community volunteers.
  • Provided approximately 12,676 one-way trips for transportation recipients on fully accessible buses and vans.
  • Drove about 194,047 miles to get people with disabilities to work and other needed services.
  • Provided 24-hour care to 20 people at the FF Mueller Residential Center.