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Aging and Long-Term Care Issues in Ohio
This summary report focuses on aging and disability in Ohio as well as on utilization and Medicaid costs of long-term care for older Ohioans.
Disability in Ohio : Long-Term Care Providers & Programs
This report describes the range of options used in the long-term care system in Ohio. For each provider or program, we report the eligibility requirements, consumer characteristics, capacity, utilization rate, average ...
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 ...
Implementation of the 2008 Ohio Nursing Home Family Satisfaction Survey : Final Report
In 2008, the Scripps Gerontology Center conducted the third bi-annual nursing home family satisfaction survey under a contract to the Ohio Department of Aging. Refinements to the survey instrument showed continued high ...
Providing Long-Term Services and Supports to an Aging Ohio : Progress and Challenges
This report details trends in Ohio long-term care service utilization over 14 years. It also provides information about the characteristics of those in different settings such as PASSPORT, nursing homes, and residential ...
Consumer Direction in Ohio : Findings From Two Demonstration Projects
This report provides findings from evaluations of two consumer-directed home care programs in Ohio. Results suggest consumer direction provides a good alternative to agency-managed home care services.
Area Agencies on Aging and The Future of Long-Term Care
This report presents the findings from the 2008 National Survey of Area Agencies on Aging. Results are presented on the following topics: AAAs at the Center of Aging Ready Communities, The Expanding Role of AAAs in Long-Term ...
Worker Injuries and Safety Equipment in Ohio Nursing Homes
A survey of nursing homes was conducted in 2006 to evaluate a number of facility-specific characteristics including worker injury rates. The nursing home worker injury rate was 6.6 per 100 workers with higher injury rates ...
Training Case Managers to Administer the Service Adequacy and Satisfaction Instrument (SASI)
This manual provides instruction for face-to-face interviewing using the Service Adequacy and Satisfaction Instrument.