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k. 1. The number of individuals in the State who are eligible for services

Current Narrative:

This estimate includes the number of the individuals in Idaho who experience disabilities, ages 16 and over who are in the labor force according to the American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (Table S1811, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019). The latest currently available census data shows 213,955 Idahoans with disabilities age 16 and over with 69.4 percent of individuals not in the labor force, yielding an estimate of 65,470 Idahoans with disabilities participating in the labor market. Forecasting suggests there will be 67,942 eligible Idahoans in FFY 2022 and 70,624 FFY 2023.  These numbers reflect a slight reduction in the overall labor force participation rate of Idahoans with Disabilities from 2018 and 2019 ACS 1-year estimates.


Population Estimates and Projections of Idahoans with Disabilities (ACS 2017-2019 1-year estimates)
YearCensus EstimateForecast PopulationLower Bound (95%)Upper Bound (95%)
ACS 201759921   
ACS 201861526   
ACS 20196547065470  
FFY 2022 679426659269292
FFY 2023 706246924772000
FFY 2024 733057187174739