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This study of the Cash & Counseling demonstration program for adults in the three participating states examines how a new model of consumer-directed care changes the way that consumers with disabilities meet their personal care needs and how that affects their well-being. Demonstration enrollment, which occurred between December 1998 and July 2002, was open to interested beneficiaries who were eligible for PCS under their state Medicaid plan.
Sources:Mathematica Policy Research
quality of life improvement; New Model of Medicaid Personal Assistance; Key Features of the Three Demonstration Programs; Counseling and Fiscal Services; Effects on Service use and quality of care; Estimation of Program Effects; Characteristics of Respondents at the Nine Month Interview; Policy Implications; Nonelderly Adults; Elderly Adults
Mathematica Policy Research
Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/52197