ANDI for Consumers

Thirty five years ago (1982), Nancy Gardner and I wrote this piece. We called it the ANDI for Consumers. It was an easy-to-read version of the ANDI (A Normalization and Development Instrument that was, in turn, based on PASS). The state used the ANDI to evaluate services and supports for a couple of years, but abandoned it because it proved too costly. Anyway, we used the consumer version so we could add individuals who used services to our evaluation teams. I thought you’d get a kick out of it because some of the questions still look pretty darn good.