National Core Indicators
Helping improve disability services across Nebraska
Nebraska participates in the National Core Indicators and the National Core Indicator Aging and Disabilities surveys to assess the quality of life for adults receiving services from certain Department of Health and Human Services programs. The goal is to improve these services, and your opinions and feedback help Nebraska do that.
About the Surveys
The National Indicators Survey, also known as the Adult In-Person Survey, reaches out to adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
The Aging and Disabilities National Indicators Survey reaches out to adults receiving services through the Aged and Disabled Waiver and the Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver, as well as, individuals receiving services through nursing care facilities or in their home through the Personal Assistance Services program.
The surveys are funded by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. The Munroe-Meyer Institute is an independent organization that has been contracted by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to conduct face-to-face interviews with individuals receiving services.
Your decision to participate is voluntary and your services and supports will not be affected regardless of participation in the survey. All responses and information are confidential.
The interview takes about 30-45 minutes. If you are contacted, we hope you will be willing to set up a time to meet and provide your opinions.
We invite you to explore our additional survey web pages for more information and resources.
UCEDD Program: Resources provided by MMI's University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) through grant funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and its Administration for Community Living which supports people with disabilities living independently and participating fully in their communities. Learn more about the UCEDD at MMI.