What Is lasrs.statres.com App?
Statistical Resources Inc. (SRI) is an app which has been into providing data solutions in Louisiana for more than 30 years. It was founded in the year 1985, Statistical Resources, Inc. (SRI) is a privately held Louisiana corporation committed to be serving a select number of state offices within Louisiana. lasrs.statres.com app is currently into serving four groups within the Department of Health (LDH) namely:
- The Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD).
- The Office for Aging and Adult Services (OAAS).
- The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH).
- The Medicaid Vendor Administration primarily through the Medicaid Program Support and Waivers section.
lasrs.statres.com app mainly focuses on to link the software, data, and people so as to improve the lives of the individuals who receive the services administered or delivered by these state offices.
The Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD)
Here the main question we need to talk or discuss is what is a developmental disability?
According to statute reference – LA R.S. 28:451.2 “Developmental Disability” means a severe or a chronic disability in an individual that can be attributed to a physical impairment related to the intellectual and physical impairments.
It can also mean a substantial developmental delay in a person from the time of birth through the age 9 has a high chance of getting or resulting in the criteria later in life that may be considered to be a developmental disability.
The Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD) helps to serve as the Single Point of Entry in the developmental disabilities services system. If anyone wishes to receive a more detailed information regarding OCDD services and programs, they can view the brochure provided in the OCDD Program site.
The major measures with regard to this would be:
- Early steps can be taken to provide services to families with infants and toddlers aging from birth to 36 months.
- Family Funds can be provided to families which can help them meet the necessary extraordinary costs for the treatments of their children.
- The Family should be given the choice to select the service provider in order to gain the benefit of freedom of choice providers.
The Office for Aging and Adult Services (OAAS)
Formed within the Department of Health as a health care centre as to bringing together all of the long-term care programs that can serve the senior citizens and people with adult-onset disabilities, the Office of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS) aims at developing providing and enhancing services that can offer choice that are meaningful for long-term care.
The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH)
The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) heads the two state mental health hospitals, helps in purchasing services to prevent and also in for treating mental health and substance use disorders by maintaining contracts with behavioral health providers, helps in regulating the public behavioral health system, and also provides training, technical assistance, evaluation, data analysis, prevention services and administrative support to various behavioral health providers and also to the relevant stakeholders.