An Evaluation of the Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver Program
Brown Wilson, Keren
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In the past decade the number of older people across the United States with disability has increased by about 20%, and the national Medicaid long-term care costs have nearly doubled. In response to these challenges, states are in the process of changing their long-term care delivery systems to include a wider range of service options. The development of the Assisted Living Waiver Program in 2006 represented an additional attempt by Ohio to expand the range of long-term care options for individuals with disability. This study reports findings from the second phase of Ohio's Assisted Living Waiver Program evaluation.