December 14, 2021
2:00 pm (EST)
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.
Mayumi Hagiwara, PhD
Graham G. Rifenbark, PhD
Karrie A. Shogren, PhD, FAAIDD
James R. Thompson, PhD, FAAIDD
Webinar registration is free for AAIDD members, $10 for non-members
Members receive access to webinar recordings