The National Core Indicators (NCI) Survey

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The National Core Indicators (NCI) Survey is used by the California Department of Developmental Disabilities to assess performance in services and supports provided to people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). The NCI survey has been used in California since 2010 as a requirement by the Welfare and Institutions Code, Section 4571 to implement a nation-wide quality assessment survey.

The survey was developed by the Human Services Research Institute and the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) and is used in 48 states and Washington, D.C. In California, the NCI Survey is conducted by the State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD).

The survey asks questions about these areas of an individual’s life:

  • Residence
  • Employment
  • Relationships
  • Involvement in the community
  • Information and Planning
  • Health and Welfare
  • Safety
  • Respect and Rights
  • Access to services and supports
  • Satisfaction of services
  • Choices, decision making and control

Presentations

Recent

Presentation on Adult Family Survey19-20/Family Guardian Survey 19-20

Presentación del Indicadores Básicos Nacionales Encuesta a las familias de adultos y Encuesta a los tutores familiares 19-20

Presentation on NCI Child Family Survey 18-19

Presentación del Encuesta del NCI Familias/Niños 18-19

Past Presentations

Presentation on NCI Adult In Person Survey 2017-18

Survey Results

Adult In-Person Survey

Adult In Person Survey 2017-18 

Adult Survey 2014-15

Child Family Survey

Child Family Survey 2018-19 

Child Family Survey 2015-16

Adult Family Survey

Adult Family Survey 2019-20

Family Guardian Survey

Family Guardian Survey 2019-20