Evaluating the Reliability, Validity and Sensitivity to Change of Measures of Person Centered HCBS Outcome Measures

What was this study about? 

Getting services at home or in the community is important for people with disabilities. To make those services better, we need to know if and how the services are working. We tested measures that include questions about how well Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) are helping people live the lives they want.

Who was eligible for the study?

Participant were at least 18 years old, had a disability and received services or supports for their disability.

​What were participants asked to do?

Participants met with researchers over videoconference or in person to talk and answer questions about important areas of their life (ie. Employment, Social Connectedness, Meaningful Activity, etc.

This study is ongoing at the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RTCOM). Click here to learn more.

This research is funded by the NIDILRR, federal grant # 90RT5039.