Facts & Stats

The caseload report is a two page report. The first page depicts the number of consumers by status code being served by each regional center. The second page contains the number of children under age three by the varying status types and regional center.

The source of this report is the Client Master File, the primary source for case status information of persons who have applied for services funded by the Department as well as those actively being served.


   
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Quarterly CDER client characteristics reports; and Client Development Evaluation Report (CDER) form and manual.

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As part of the Department of Developmental Services’ (DDS) commitment to provide information to the general public, individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, and professionals in the field, DDS will be producing the Fact Book on an annual basis. The Fact Book presents pertinent data about the individuals served by DDS, including an overview of the service delivery system and trends in California.

  • 16th Edition PDF
    • The Sixteenth Edition Fact Book was revised on November 6, 2019, to correct a calculation error discovered in Table 27 (page 49), The Cost Data per Consumer by Age Group and Fiscal Year for FY 1997-98, FY 2007-08, and FY 2017-18. The Total Average Claims have been revised to be the Total Claims divided by the Total Population.
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Statistical reports of admissions, transfers and placements to California Developmental Centers and State-Operated Community Facilities.

Monthly reports for each Developmental Center (DC) and Regional Center (RC) about the development of residential capacity for consumers transitioning into the community from DCs subject to closure and the number of consumers who have transitioned into the community.

Residential Capacity and Consumer Transitions

The table below presents aggregate information for each of the DCs slated for closure. Information for each RC is presented for each DC it supports in Tables 1b (Fairview Developmental Center), 1c (Porterville Developmental Center) and 1d (Sonoma Developmental Center). The data is provided by RCs and analyzed by DDS.


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Monthly reports for each Developmental Center (DC) and Regional Center (RC) about the development of residential capacity for consumers transitioning into the community from DCs subject to closure and the number of consumers who have transitioned into the community.

Number of Consumers Transitioning into the Community from Developmental Centers Subject to Closure

The table below presents aggregate information for each of the DCs slated for closure. Information for each RC is presented for each DC it supports in Tables 2b (Fairview Developmental Center), 2c (Porterville Developmental Center) and 2d (Sonoma Developmental Center). The data is provided by RCs and DCs and analyzed by DDS.


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Archived Residential Capacity and Consumer Transitions


Last modified: January 22, 2020