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What information is collected?

The NIDD was established on the principle of minimum information with maximum accuracy and four types of information are sought:

  • Personal and demographic details such as date of birth, gender and level of intellectual disability
  • The residential, day, and support services that are currently received
  • What residential, day, and support services are required and when
  • Additional information to assist with the administration of the Database

The Intellectual Disability Database National Planning Form (pdf) shows what information is stored on the NIDD. This information is updated a minimum of once a year for each individual who meets the registration criteria.

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