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Evaluation of the Ohio double jeopardy demonstration project
The goal of Ohio s Double Jeopardy project was to support families in their efforts to plan for secure futures for family members with mental retardation/developmental disabilities (MR/DD) and for their aging parents. This ...
Assessing the Quality of Caregiver Support Services
The project's primary objective wsa to desin and test an outcome-focused system for the quality monitoring of caregiver support services based largely on input from caregivers themselves.
Real choices : a caregiver respite strategy for the state of Ohio
The purpose of Real Choices: A Caregiver Respite Strategy For The State of Ohio was to determine the feasibility of restructuring the PASSPORT program to achieve caregiver respite. We found the majority of PASSPORT consumers ...
An Evaluation of the Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver Program
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 ...
The costs of triple jeopardy : aging, developmental disabilities, and Ohio's impending care shift
State policy makers and legislators are paying attention to issues related to the aging of Ohio s population, namely, the impact of increasing longevity on the current older cohort, and the coming swell in the older ...
Program evaluation of PASSPORT : Ohio's home and community-based Medicaid waiver. Final report
The goal for the evaluation of the PASSPORT program was to determine whether the program is providing efficient and cost-neutral services as an alternative to facility-based long-term care, and to assess the extent to which ...
PASSPORT assessment and services
This report examines the PASSPORT assessment and services processes through thirty case studies: ten new assessments; ten ongoing consumers; and ten disenrolled consumers. We used a combination of observation; interviews ...