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Disability State Rankings 2013

Posted by on May 3, 2013 - 2 Comments

Which states rank best when it comes to services for people with disabilities? The Case For Inclusion 2013, released yesterday by United Cerebral Palsy (UCP), ranks states – not on their spending – but on their outcomes for Americans with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Highlights from The Case For Inclusion 2013

US map showing overall state rankings for disability services

Top 5 states:

  1. Arizona
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Oregon
  4. Vermont
  5. California
Bottom 5 states:
51. Mississippi
50. Arkansas
49. Texas
48. Illinois
47. Virginia

 Factors Considered:

  • Promoting Independence
  • Keeping Families Together
  • Promoting Productivity
  • Reaching Those In Need
  • Serving At A Reasonable Cost
The annual report is based on data from 2011. See this year’s report via its interactive site at¬†http://www.ucp.org/the-case-for-inclusion/2013/index.html
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2 Comments

Jessica Grono says:
May 12, 2013

Very interesting and I always wondered this myself!

Rollingeye says:
Jun 03, 2013

Nice to see this list, but it is wrong for Washington State. They are not jailing the people who break the disability laws and they do not have any access to exercise programs. Here is an example of how the statistics can be manipulated. Washington is great for the developmental disabled, but not for anyone else.

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