Open Data

PDD Service Planning Caseload - Regional Data

Description

The Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) program provides services to help adults with developmental disabilities live as independently as possible in their communities. The data tracks the number of Albertans eligible for the PDD program who are in ‘service planning’ in regions across the province.

Updated

April 1, 2021

Tags
Disability PDD PDD service planning People with developmental disabilities
Resources

Title and Dataset Information

Date Modified

2021-04-01

Update Frequency

Quarterly (every 3 months)

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Community and Social Services

Resource Dates

Date Created

2020-02-24

Date Added to catalogue

2020-02-18T21:50:26.054070

Date Issued

2020-02-24

Date Modified

2021-04-01

Identifiers

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

People in ‘service planning’ have an assigned caseworker who is engaged to assess the person’s needs, work with the individual - and their family/community supports as appropriate - to develop an outcome plan, to help connect the individual to community supports and to refer them to other government programs and services.

 

Note: Data is from seven main service areas: Calgary, Central, Edmonton, North Central, North East, North West and South. If people move, it is possible they may be counted in more than one region. Data is only available by region as of August 2019.

 

Contact

Contact Name

Gloria Wesley

Contact Email

gloria.wesley@gov.ab.ca