Our Annual Report
Each year, we compile statistics and information on the work of our centers and share our most compelling narratives on that work.
How do working-age adults with disabilities spend their day in Indiana? What types of work are they doing? What outcomes are they achieving related to employment, specifically wages earned and hours worked? These and other questions related to people with disabilities who are receiving supports from Indiana’s adult services providers are reported in the Day and Employment Services Outcomes Systems Report (DESOS), a statistical documentation of the types of work or alternatives to work people are engaged in throughout Indiana. DESOS is compiled by the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community for the Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services and the state’s Family and Social Services Administration.
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The work of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community crosses the lifespan and is conducted through six research centers and an Indiana University disability-focused library.