Statewide Perspective


Statewide Perspective

 


There were 40,935 people that were pulled into the OTS application for the 2020 Reporting Period. This is a 2% decrease from Reporting Period 2019.

Many of those 40,935 people had multiple Questionnaires. For Reporting Period 2020, there were 47,545 Questionnaires created. This is a 5% decrease from Reporting Period 2019. 

We had a statewide completion rate of 61% for Reporting Period 2019, and a completion rate of 72% in Reporting Period 2020. 


The heat map below shows which counties people were pulled into the OTS for Reporting Period 2020. Individuals were pulled into the OTS application if they resided in an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) or received an Adult Day and/or Employment Service. 

The more people that are represented, the darker the color of the county. 

You can view Reporting Period 2019 or Reporting Period 2020 by using the 'Reporting Period Name' filter. 

You may also filter this map by 'Questionnaire Status'. When using this filter, it will show the distribution of people based upon their Questionnaire status. When you hover over a particular county, it will show you the breakdown of Questionnaires and the Status, and it will also give you the distinct count of people for that county.

A person may have more than one Questionnaire, which is why you will see that the counts of Questionnaires are often higher than the count of people. 

If you wish to see those people that reside in an ICF and the respective counts of Questionnaires, you will use the 'Person resides in an ICF' filter. 

When filtering, if a county is not represented on the map, it means that the county did not have any counts represented with that filtering criteria. 


Statewide Perspective Map


The majority of people pulled into OTS for Reporting Period 2020 were in the 30-39 and 22-29 years old age groupings (26% and 20%, respectively). There were 24 youth pulled in this Reporting Period as they were marked as receiving Career Planning services within CRM-IDS. 


Ages


For Reporting Period 2020, you can see with this visualization that there were 9,333 people or 30% employed, and 22,186 people or 70% not employed statewide. 

This is a 35% decrease from Reporting Period 2019. This 35% decrease in employment is most likely due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 


Employed vs. Not Employed


The OTS application allows us to understand how people are spending their days.

Of the 9,333 people within Reporting Period 2020 that are employed:

40% had a Facility-Based job; this is a 55% decrease from Reporting Period 2019.

49% had an Individual Competitive job; this is a 4% decrease from Reportiong Period 2019. 

14% had a Group Integrated job; this is a 44% decrease from Reporting Period 2019. 

Less than 1% were Self-Employed; this is a 21% decrease from Reporting Period 2019. 

These decreases are most likely due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 


Job Categories


This visualization shows the break down of each job category and the respective hours and wages for Reporting Period 2020.

Individuals in Facility-Based work earned an average of $6 per hour and worked an average of 11 hours per week. There was a 14% increase in the amount earned and a 1% increase in the average number of hours worked from Reporting Period 2019 to Reporting Period 2020 for those in Facility-Based work.

For those working in a Group Integrated job, they averaged 15 hours per week and $8 an hour. There was a 1% decrease in the amount earned, and a 12% increase in the number of hours worked from Reporting Period 2019 to Reporting Period 2020 for those working in a Group Integrated job.

Individuals working in an Individual Competitive job earned $11 an hour and worked an average of 21 hours per week. There was a 5% increase in the amount earned, and a 3% increase in the average number of hours worked from Reporting Period 2019 to Reporting Period 2020 for those working in an Individual Competitive job.

Those Self-Employed worked 10 hours per week earning on average $14 per hour. There was a 53% increase in the amount earned, and a 15% decrease in the average number of hours worked for those Self-Employed.


Job Categories - Hours and Wages