Risk factors associated With COVID-19 outcomes among people with intellectual, developmental disabilities receiving residential services

What The Study Did:

This study tracked COVID-19 outcomes for 543 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who were receiving support services from an organization providing residential services in the five boroughs of New York.


Scott D. Landes, Ph.D., of Syracuse University in New York, is the

corresponding author.

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