The National Core Indicators - Aging and Disabilities (NCI-AD) is an initiative designed to support states’ interest in assessing the performance of their programs and delivery systems and improving services for older adults, individuals with physical disabilities, and caregivers. NCI-AD is a collaborative effort between the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD), the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) and participating states. NCI-AD’s primary aim is to collect and maintain valid and reliable data that give states a broad view of how publicly-funded services impact the quality of life and outcomes of service recipients.
NASUAD and HSRI have an NCI-AD web site with information and reports from all participating states as well as annual National Reports comparing across states.
National Core Indicators Reports
- National Core Indicators - Aging and Disability Oregon Report2017-2018
- Available Winter 20192018-2019
- Available Winter 2020
Meetings and Presentations
The contact for content and review of this work is Naomi Sacks:Email: Naomi.E.Sacks@dhsoha.state.or.us Phone:
|1/26/2018||2016-17 NCI-AD Oregon Report Release and Discussion||9:30 -11:30|
1300 Broadway NE
Salem, OR 97301