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dc.contributor.authorKoumoutzis, Athena
dc.contributor.authorMayberry, Pamela
dc.contributor.authorHeston-Mullins, Jennifer
dc.contributor.authorApplebaum, Robert
dc.identifier.otherKoumoutzis, A., Mayberry, P., Heston-Mullins, J., & Applebaum, R. (2021). Using local initiatives to fund in-home services: Ohio leads the nation. Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University.en_US
dc.description.abstractAs a result of limitations in federal and state funding for nonmedical supportive services, some communities across 15 states are utilizing local funding sources to support aging services for older adults and/or their family or friend caregivers. Local funding sources include property tax levies, payroll, and sales taxes. This research brief explores how communities across Ohio utilize local funding and analyzes the differences in various approaches such as amount of revenue generated, service eligibility criterion, type of services covered, and management infrastructure.en_US
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dc.titleUsing Local Initiatives to Fund In-Home Services: Ohio Leads the Nationen_US

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