Like all of health and human services, the intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) segment is still in flux in the post-pandemic. The woes of staffing for all types of long-term care are well known (see 590,000 People On Waitlists For I/DD HCBS and Report: Turnover For Direct Support Staff For Americans With Disabilities Reaches ‘Crisis’ Level). States are issuing an interesting range of RFPs for alternative services for the I/DD population (see Washington Medicaid To Pilot Intensive Residential Teams For People With I/DD, Delaware Releases Seventh RFP To Build HCBS Capacity For Individuals With I/DD, Connecticut DDS To Pilot Remote…
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