FY 2017 Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence Report - November 2017 (2 pages)
The Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence report presented to the Board each year. This report for fiscal year 2017, which covers the period of July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017. The report was accepted by the Board at their November 13, 2017 Board meeting.

 

FY 2018 Funding Manual: A Guide to PLB's Policies and Procedures - Revised April 2017 (142 pages)
Helping individuals and families get the highest level of information and services that they need is a priority to PLB. This document serves as an important resource to PLB-funded agencies for identifying fiscal and compliance criteria for the funds disbursed by PLB in the provision of services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. This document covers the time period of Fiscal Year 2018 (which runs from July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018).

 

2017 Needs Assessment - September 2017 (125 pages)
The purpose of conducting the 2016-2017 needs assessment was to determine the levels of current and future need for individuals with developmental disabilities who reside in St. Louis County. The study not only included individuals served with funds provided by Productive Living Board (PLB), but also those individuals served by Department of Mental Health (DMH) and those individuals served by the Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD).

 

FY 2016 Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence Report - November 2016 (6 pages)
The Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence report presented to the Board each year. This report for fiscal year 2016, which covers the period of July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016. The report was accepted by the Board at their November 14, 2016 Board meeting.

 

St. Louis County Audit of Productive Living Board - August 2016 (26 pages)
The St. Louis County Auditor's Office performed an audit of the Productive Living Board for St. Louis County Citizens with Disabilities. The authority for the establishment of the Productive Living Board is within Section 205.970, of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri. ST. LOUIS COUNTY AUDIT TEAM OPINION: Overall, given the entire scope of our audit testing, sampling and audit review we believe that sufficient controls are in place over the operation of the Productive Living Board. We are comfortable with the controls that we found in place.

 

FY 2015 Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence Report - November 2015 (3 pages)
The Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence report presented to the Board each year. This report for fiscal year 2015, which covers the period of July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015. The report was accepted by the Board at their November 9, 2015 Board meeting.

 

FY 2014 Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence Report - November 2014 (3 pages)
The Quality Enhancement/Service Excellence report presented to the Board each year. This report for fiscal year 2014, which covers the period of July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014. The report was accepted by the Board at their November 10, 2014 Board meeting.

 

Aging Services Report Final- April 2014 (11 pages)
Individuals with developmental disabilities are aging at a greater rate than ever before. The Productive Living Board (PLB) recognizes this shift in demographics and the ever-increasing need for streamlined services for individuals with developmental disabilities who are aging and their families.

 

Business Development Initiative, Phase I: Findings and Recommendations - November 2013 (17 pages)
In May, 2011, the PLB hosted a meeting with Employment Providers to discuss the current employment system, barriers to employment and employers' perspectives and expectations. Eight agency representatives agreed to participate in workgroups to identify ways to increase and improve employment outcomes for St. Louis County citizens.

 

Aging Services Study - Executive Summary- July 2012 (9 pages)
The Aging Services Study provides background information and knowledge that can serve as a launch point for future work by the PLB in the area of aging. The field of practice in aging service provision to older adults with DD/ID and their families is very young, so the PLB will likely need to be comfortable with its pioneering position.