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 Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias

Discharge Planning

Home & Community-Based Care 

  • Need for PAS - Analysis and description of trends and needs of the population of PAS consumers, including those who are employed or seeking employment.

  • Home and Community-Based Services - Federal and state initiatives related to the Olmstead decision, waiting lists, Olmstead litigation and other initiatives; identification of gaps in programs and services; and analysis of state PAS policies and barriers to PAS.

  • Workers and Caregivers (PAS Workforce) - Tools and supports for unpaid caregivers that reflect the changing needs of caregivers as they age; strategies that lead to a PAS workforce that is geographically diverse and that maximizes workforce recruitment, retention, compensation and benefits, professional training, development, and networking; and evaluation of interventions and labor resources, such as job training services that help to improve workforce capacity of PAS providers.

  • Economics & Workplace PAS - Understanding the personal costs of PAS; analysis of tax reimbursement polices relating to PAS.

  • Emergency Preparedness - Analysis of strategies to coordinate and secure PAS services during national and regional emergencies.

LGBT

  • Stories from the Field: LGBT Older Adults in Long Term Care Facilities
    Justice in Aging (formerly National Senior Citizens Law Center), in collaboration with Lambda Legal, the National Center for Lesbian Rights, the National Center for Transgender Equality, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE), has published a report on the experiences of LGBT elders in long-term care facilities based on a survey seeking to better understand the experiences of LGBT older adults in long-term care settings. The report includes hundreds of stories and comments from LGBT elders across the country as well as policy recommendations and pertinent resources.

Nursing Homes

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