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The New Hampshire CPASS project identified system “gaps” that impact a consumer-directed long-term care (LTC) service model. Focus groups identified gaps in the personal care services system, services that are at the heart and origin of consumer direction in the State. This analysis begins with an overview of consumer-directed personal care (CDPC), followed by a discussion of the gaps identified by focus groups and initial recommendations to address the gaps.
Institute for Health, Law, and Ethics – Franklin Pierce Law Center
Programs/Initiatives:Cash and Counseling
New Hampshire C-PASS Project; Workforce Shortage; Consumer-Attendant; Agency-Directed; isolation; disability
Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/50352