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The Impact of Different Pairings of Respondents on Scores on the Supports Intensity Scale

WEBINAR
The Supports Intensity Scale - Adult Version (SIS-A) has been widely used to inform person-centered supports planning and individualized resource allocation practices across the nation.
We examined the impact of respondent-level factors, such as the number of respondents and the inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on scores on the SIS-A. The secondary analysis indicated that having fewer respondents led to a greater variability in SIS-A scores whereas having more respondents led to higher mean scores. In the webinar, we will share findings and implications for future research directions and practices.

Presenters:
Mayumi Hagiwara, PhD
Graham G. Rifenbark, PhD
Karrie A. Shogren, PhD, FAAIDD
James R. Thompson, PhD, FAAIDD


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