CDHD Publications

CDHD Publications

CDHD Executive Summary Annual Report 2018 PDF

Cover page of 2018 CDHD Executive Summary Annual Report.

The 2018 Executive Summary Annual Report highlights the following topics accomplished by the Center on Disabilities and Human Development (CDHD) over the past fiscal year: Interdisciplinary Pre-Service Preparation and Continuing Education; Center Highlights; Direct Services and In-Service Training Opportunities; Funding; Research and Dissemination; Community Outreach Impact; and the CDHD Projects that were managed in 2018.

CDHD and Project Informational Brochures

CDHD Idaho Project for Children and Youth With Deaf-Blindness 2017

Choice and Community: Seeking the Voice of Adults with Developmental Disabilities PDF

This study, “Choice and Community: Seeking the Voice of Adults with Developmental Disabilities” was conducted by the Center on Disabilities and Human Development at the University of Idaho and the Idaho Council on Developmental Disabilities in collaboration with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare from August 2015 - April 2016. The purpose of the study was to identify the perceptions of adults with developmental disabilities who were receiving Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) (Medicaid Program: State Plan Home and Community-Based Services, 2014) or their guardians regarding the extent to which individuals were integrated into the community, had choices, individual rights, and autonomy within a living setting.
See the accompanying PowerPoint presented at the AUCD meeting in December 2016. PDF

Cover page of 2016 Choice and Community study.

Child Care in Idaho: 2015 Summary Report PDF

Child Care in Idaho is a summary report of the 2015 Child Care Workforce Study conducted by the University of Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human Development and IdahoSTARS. The report examines the outcomes of IdahoSTARS training and professional development for child care providers. The report also includes a profile of Idaho’s child care providers and of children enrolled in child care in Idaho, including children with special needs.

Cover page of 2015 Child Care Workforce Study.