Editor's Note: This article replaces an article of the same title published in Trends and Milestones in the October 2010 issue of IDD. The earlier article is hereby retracted.—K. C. Lakin and D. Braddock.

Authors' Note: We regret the need to revise our earlier article. We are grateful to John Martin of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities for his constructive review of the imprecision in the definitions used in the earlier study and their effects on the data reported by states. After reviewing the operational definitions employed in the initial 2009–2010 state survey, we concluded that we would need to go back to states to give them an opportunity to respond to a more complete operational definition. In January 2011, we sent a revised request to states. In that request congregate care facilities were defined as a “non-family residential...

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