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Caregiver Burden and Institutionalization, Hospital Use, and Stability of Care: Final Report

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Evaluation of the 1989 Child Care Supplement in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

A Pilot Study fo the Adequacy of Post-Hospital Community Care for the Elderly: Final Report

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

The Federal Role in Foster Care: A Paper on Current Priority Issue Areas

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Reliability and Validity of the National Incidence of Child Abuse and Neglect Study Conducted by Westat Associates in 1988: Methodological Review

This report summarizes a methodological review of the 1988 National Incidence of Child Abuse and Neglect Study (NIS-2) and highlights the review's implications.

Quality in Child Care: What It Is an How It Can Be Encouraged

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Review of State Quality Assurance Programs for Home Care: Final Report

  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Small Area Estimation of Dependency: Final Report

Health planning efforts for the elderly have been hampered by the lack of reliable estimates of the non-institutionalized long-term care population. Until recently national estimates were virtually non-existent, and reliable local estimates remain unavailable.

National Conference on Home Care Quality: Issues and Accountability--Volume I Proceedings

To better understand the actual nature of quality problems in home care and the difficulties that home care agencies and state officials face in assuring quality of care, DALTCP sponsored a practitioners conference on quality assurance in home care. The conference included researchers and federal and state regulatory officials and emphasized the experience of practitioners in the field.