New Data Highlight Released: What NCI-IDD Data Tells Us About Vacations

by HSRI | August 26, 2022
Categories: Data Highlights
Stock photo of vacation-related objects: straw hat, sunglasses, camera, and an orange-colored iced drink
  • The benefits of vacation are abundant and well-documented, especially for those with IDD, whose social networks and opportunities are often more limited as a result of the enforced uniformity of their daily lives.
  • Vacations add to our quality of life and expand our horizons.
  • In 2021, while just 44% of the general population vacationed, only one in four people with IDD reported taking a break – a number that ranged by state from 6% to 39%.

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