For working-age adults with disabilities, consistent access to health insurance may be critical to continuity of care and good health outcomes. We tracked changes in health insurance coverage for this population from 2010-2018.
Most Older Adults Are Likely to Need and Use Long-Term Services and Supports ASPE ISSUE BRIEF Richard W. Johnson and Melissa M. Favreault Urban Institute Judith Dey, William Marton, and Lauren Anderson
This toolkit aims to help states develop a plan for Title IV-E prevention services, and to assist states in planning a comprehensive array of services to help prevent the need for foster care placement (“prevention services”) by braiding Title IV-E prevention services reimbursement with Medicaid and other funding mechanisms.
To estimate home much paid home could possibly be purchased out of income and wealth, we estimated the share of older adults with sufficient monthly income to cover median home care costs as well as other living expenses. Our results show that many older adults with severe LTSS needs could not afford 2 years of paid home care without financial assistance.
To assess the financial impact on families of LTSS needs and the potential for families to set aside funds to cover future LTSS spending, this brief examines later-life household wealth before and after disability onset.
Janet O'Keeffe, Dr.PH, RN, Christine O'Keeffe, BA, and Madhu Shrestha, BS RTI International Abstract Adult day services (ADS)--a non-residential service provides outside an individual's home for less than a full day--provides