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History Of And Lessons From The Cash & Counseling Demonstration And Evaluation

This paper focuses on the first three stages of the CCDE: Choosing states and the evaluator, preparation, and implementation/data gathering. This paper is part of Consumer Voice and Choice in Long-Term Care, a book inspired by a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation- and Scripps Gerontology Center- supported conference.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52211

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Exploring Effects Of Institutional Characteristics On Saving Outcome: The Case Of The Cash & Counseling Program

This article explores savings outcomes and programmatic factors that may support savings in the Cash & Counseling Demonstration, using a convenience sample of Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries from three states: Arkansas, Florida, and New Jersey.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52200

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Determining Consumers' Preferences for a Cash Option: New York Telephone Survey Findings

Findings of a New York consumer telephone survey conducted to determine the consumers’ interest in a cash option, in comparison to traditional agency-delivered services. The demographics and attitudinal characteristics are presented, in addition to consumer preferences and policy issues.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52179

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Consumer-Directed Home Care in the Netherlands, England, and Germany

To help understand the implications of consumer-directed programs abroad, AARP's Public Policy Institute commissioned a study to describe and analyze consumer-directed programs in the Netherlands, England, and Germany. Researchers completed in-person interviews with key stakeholders and conducted an in-depth literature review.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52177

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The Effect of Consumer Direction on Personal Assistance Received in Arkansas

This study examines how this model of consumer-direction changes the way consumers meet their personal assistance needs. Consumers reported the type, timing, and amount of personal assistance they received, as well as any home or vehicle modifications and equipment purchases made, to meet their personal assistance needs. This report discusses consumer-satisfaction, unmet needs, and additional Medicaid costs.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52176

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