Summary of PUNS by Selection Detail - Adults, Young Adults and Children

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Updated 11/7/2016

Note:  "Total PUNS" includes count of closed records

Summary of PUNS by Selection Detail by Age Group

Summary of Detail Adults Young Adults Children
Total Active Total Active Total Active
ACTIVE
New 736 736 786 786 1,324 1,324
Annual Update 5,167 5,167 2,602 2,602 2,450 2,450
Change of category (Emergency, Planning or Critical) 799 799 357 357 327 327
Change of service needs (more or less) - unchanged category (Emergency, Planning or Critical) 1,155 1,155 538 538 492 492
Other, supports till needed 868 868 636 636 558 558
Total Active 8,725 4,919 5,151
INACTIVE
Person is fully served or is not requesting any supports within the next five (5) years 11,804 598 703
Moved to another state, close PUNS 652 121 149
Person withdraws, close PUNS 1,143 95 126
Deceased 1,449 61 62
Othere, close PUNS 9,103 826 1,226
Total Inactive  24,067 1,698 2,273
REASON FOR PUNS OR PUNS UPDATE ADULTS   Young Adults Children
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EMERGENCY NEED (Person needs in-home or day supports immediately)
1. Individual needs immediate support to stay in their own home/family home (short term - 90 days or less);
e.g., hospitalization of care giver or temporary illness of an individual living in their own home.
135 50 22 9 40 24
2. Individual needs immediate support to stay in their own home/family home or maintain their employment
situation (long term); e.g., due to the person's serious health or behavioral issues.
686 332 297 235 524 414
3. Care giver needs immediate support to keep their family member at home (short term - 90 days or less);
e.g., family member recuperating from illness and needs short term enhanced supports.
160 74 69 48 107 81
4. Care giver needs immediate support to keep their family member at home (long term); e.g., care giver is
permanently disabled or is terminally ill and needs long term enhanced supports immediately to keep their
family member at home.
408 212 143 106 173 121
EMERGENCY NEED (Person needs out-of-home supports immediately)
1. Care giver is unable or unwilling to continue providing care (e.g., person has been abandoned). 545 133 71 39 54 26
2. Death of the care giver with no other supports available. 122 29 6 2 6 4
3. Person has been committed by the court or is at risk of incarceration. 52 7 11 3 1 1
4. Person is living in a setting where there is suspicion of abuse or neglect. 145 44 20 13 15 12
5. Person is in an exceedingly expensive or inappropriate placement and immediately needs a new place to live
(for example, an acute care hospital, a mental health placement, a homeless shelter, etc.).
231 64 14 10 7 2
6. Other crisis, Specify: 1,124 282 151 83 142 71
CRITICAL NEED (Person needs supports within one year)
1. Individual or care giver will need support within the next year in order for the individual to continue living in
their current situation.
3,628 2,352 1,873 1,655 2,110 1,796
2. Person has a care giver (age 60+) and will need supports within the next year. 2,365 1,700 464 440 211 194
3. Person has an ill care giver who will be unable to continue providing care within the next year. 800 506 240 209 235 204
4. Person has behavior(s) that warrant additional supports to live in their own home or family home. 1,586 1,021 1,221 1,052 1,909 1,619
5. Individual personal care needs cannot be met by current care givers or the person's health has deteriorated. 933 458 279 232 313 265
6. There has been a death or other family crisis, requiring additional supports. 745 448 364 297 455 362
7. Person has a care giver who would be unable to work if services are not provided. 2,049 1,303 1,450 1,295 1,946 1,646
8. Person or care giver needs an alternative living arrangement. 1,334 591 214 176 107 70
9. Person has graduated or left school in the past 10 years, or will be graduating in the next 3 years. 5,145 3,234 2,890 2,693 163 158
10. Person is living in an inappropriate place, awaiting a proper place (can manage for the short term; e.g.,
persons aging out of children's residential services).
205 46 47 34 3 1
11. Person moved from another state where they were receiving residential, day and/or in-home supports. 155 73 54 37 57 45
12. The state has plans to assist the person in moving within the next year (from a state-operated or private 
Intermediate Care Facility for People with Developmental Disabilities, nursing home or state hospital).
386 57 4 1
13. Person is losing eligibility for Department of Children and Family Services supports in the next year. 138 6 59 46 10 6
14. Person is losing eligibility for Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment supports in the next year. 3 1 4 1 27 14
15. Person is losing eligibility for Intermediate Care Facility for People with Developmental Disabilities supports
in the next year.
13 1 1
16. Person is losing eligibility for Medically Fragile/Technology Dependant Children's Waiver supports in the
next year.
7 2 4 2 8 6
17. Person is residing in an out-of-home residential setting and is losing funding from the public school system. 44 6 18 16 2 2
18. Person is losing eligibility for Individual Care Grants supports through the mental health system in the next year. 14 1 4 4 2 2
19. Person is leaving jail, prison or other criminal justice setting in the next year. 18 2 2
20. Person wants to leave current setting within the next year. 859 369 109 94 8 6
21. Person needs services within the next year for some other reason, specify: 2,481 1,423 1,008 852 1,259 1,020
PLANNING FOR NEED (Person's needs for service is more than a year away but less than 5 years away, or the care giver is older than 60 years)
1. Person is not currently in need of services, but will need service if something happens to the care giver. 4,970 2,882 1,371 1,184 2,199 1,874
2. Person lives in a large setting, and person/family has expressed a desire to move
(or the state plans to move the person).
334 98 18 12 3 3
3. Person is dissatisfied with current residential services and wishes to move to a different residential setting. 299 58 14 10 2 2
4. Person wishes to move to a different geographic location in Illinois. 166 30 11 6 9 6
5. Person currently lives in out-of-home residential setting and wishes to live in own home. 35 5 3 3 2 2
6. Person currently lives in out-of-home residential setting and wishes to return to parents' home and
parents concur.
23 6 3 3 4 4
7. Person is receiving supports for vocational or other structured activities and wants and needs increased
supports to retire.
49 13 18 18 23 23
8. Person or care giver needs increased supports. 2,901 1,225 952 745 1,300 1,002
9. Person is losing eligibility for Department of Children and Family Services supports within 1-5 years. 75 4 45 29 10 4
10. Person is losing eligibility for Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment support within 1-5 years. 1 1 3 3 27 16
11. Person is losing eligibility for Technology Dependent Children's Waiver support within 1-5 years. 5 8 5 5 1
12. Person is losing eligibility for Individual Care Grants supports through the mental health system within 1-5 years. 5 5 5 2 2
13. Person is residing in an out-of-home residential setting and is losing funding from the public school
system within 1-5 years.
39 2 19 15 3 3
14. Other, Explain: 1,546 400 224 171 231 162
EXISTING SUPPORTS AND SERVICES
Respite Supports (24 Hour) 260 73 80 54 71 45
Respite Supports (less than 24 hour) 706 260 215 167 305 217
Behavioral Supports (includes behavioral intervention, therapy and counseling) 4,038 903 1,737 1,369 2,270 1,831
Physical Therapy 1,304 370 1,181 964 2,459 1,905
Occupational Therapy 1,229 341 2,139 1,750 4,484 3,561
Speech Therapy 1,548 505 3,113 2,619 5,121 4,119
Education 2,097 704 4,860 4,046 5,876 4,732
Assistive Technology 1,328 490 1,337 1,148 2,038 1,696
Homemaker/Chore Services 302 81 67 51 51 38
Adaptations to Home or Vehicle 794 328 334 280 617 498
Personal Support under a Home-Based Program, Which Could Be Funded By Developmental Disabilities,
Division of Rehabilitation Services or Department on Aging (can include habilitation, personal care,
respite, retirement supports, budgeting, etc.)
5,641 2,539 841 522 775 296
Medical Equipment/Supplies 2,008 696 648 520 1,089 860
Nursing Services in the Home, Provided Intermittently 1,047 118 111 75 151 101
Other Individual Supports 3,892 1,459 1,521 1,335 1,836 1,557
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation (include trip/mileage reimbursement) 7,424 1,689 894 655 842 635
Other Transportation Service 7,948 3,122 3,457 2,960 3,864 3,166
Senior Adult Day Services 272 26 1 1
Developmental Training 10,701 2,686 146 75 29 8
"Regular Work"/Sheltered Employment 1,864 539 78 64 8 8
Supported Employment 943 322 156 136 11 11
Vocational and Educational Programs Funded by the Division of Rehabilitation Services 676 305 552 495 65 60
Other Day Supports (e.g. volunteering, community experience) 2,115 1,160 929 846 428 371
RESIDENTIAL SUPPORTS
Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA)/Family 458 84 20 12 13 5
Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA)/Intermittent 653 31 4 4 3
Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA)/Host Family 124 3 1 1
Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA)/24 Hour 4,444 40 76 6 9 2
Intermediate Care Facilities for People with Developmental Disabilities (IDF/DD) 16 or Fewer People 823 180 31 13 5
Intermediate Care Facilities for People with Developmental Disabilities (IDF/DD) 17 or More People 489 87 10 3 5 1
Skilled Nursing facility/Pediatric (SNF/PED) 52 3 12 1 27
State Operated Developmental Center (SODC) 352 23 3 1 1 1
State Operated Mental Health Hospital (SOMHH) 29 5 1 1
Supported Living Arrangement 168 35 9 7 3
Community Living Facility 303 34
Shelter Care/Board Home 38 5 3
Nursing Home 370 32 1 1 2
Assisted Living Facility 26 9 2 2
Children's Residential Services 203 7 134 52 59 10
Child Care Institutions (Including Residential Schools) 128 5 115 63 31 13
Children's Foster Care 36 13 10 4 4
Other Residential Support (including homeless shelters) 839 226 117 89 132 77
SUPPORTS NEEDED
Personal Support (includes habilitation, personal care and intermittent respite services) 6,610 5,620 4,148 3,926 4,677 4,330
Respite Supports (24 hours or greater) 1,845 1,591 1,330 1,259 2,038 1,909
Behavioral Supports (includes behavioral intervention, therapy and counseling) 2,744 2,242 2,107 1,987 2,987 2,786
Physical Therapy 1,666 1,336 1,229 1,154 2,135 1,971
Occupational Therapy 1,818 1,483 1,877 1,780 3,443 3,209
Speech Therapy 2,191 1,854 2,443 2,323 3,803 3,536
Assistive Technology 1,771 1,536 1,577 1,496 2,563 2,395
Adaptations to Home or Vehicle 1,055 875 646 606 1,256 1,125
Nursing Services in the Home, Provided Intermittently 427 287 178 157 259 237
Other Individual Supports 3,147 2,668 1,970 1,869 2,424 2,260
TRANSPORTATION NEEDED
Transportation (include trip/mileage reimbursement) 4,647 3,889 2,602 2,480 2,216 2,077
Other Transportation Service 4,728 4,110 2,884 2,789 2,464 2,340
VOCATIONAL OR OTHER STRUCTURED ACTIVITIES
Support to work at home (e.g. self employment or earning at home) 645 589 293 288 87 83
Support to work in the community 4,256 3,700 2,654 2,596 745 724
Support to engage in work/activities in a disability setting 5,681 4,700 2,999 2,899 1,074 1,043
Attendance at activity center for seniors 157 92 11 11 12 10
RESIDENTIAL SUPPORTS NEEDED
Out-of-home residential services with less than 24-hour supports 1,489 1,255 631 605 233 214
Out-of-home residential services with 24-hour supports 4,570 3,978 1,724 1,671 719 688
UNKNOWNS
Individual Stayed in ICF/DD 33
Individual Moved to ICF/DD 121 16 6
Individual Determined Clinically Ineligible 66 9 19
Individual Determined Financially Ineligible 35 2 4
Incorrect SSN 47 7 8
Unable to locate 1,285 369 574
Submitted in error 3 1 1

Total PUNS

AGE Group Total PUNS
Adults (age 22 and above) 34,464
Young Adults (ages 18 through 21) 7,023
Children (ages 0 through 17) 8,029
Total PUNS for All Age Groups 49,516
Total Active PUNS for All Groups 18,795