Advocates Say Homeless Hotel Program Discriminates Against Disabled People

Los Angeles Times: Advocates Say Homeless Hotel Program Discriminates Against Disabled People, August 14, 2020 A program that has moved thousands of homeless people into hotel and “Advocates Say Homeless Hotel Program Discriminates Against Disabled People”

New Regulations Create Opportunity for Better Long Term Services and Supports: Medicaid Managed Care Regulation Preview

States and the federal government spend over $14 billion a year on Medicaid managed long-term services and supports—yet, there has never been an clear federal “New Regulations Create Opportunity for Better Long Term Services and Supports: Medicaid Managed Care Regulation Preview”

Giving Elders a Voice in Their Own Care: Person-Centered Care and Choice

Person-Centered Care puts considerable value on an individual’s right to make decisions concerning every aspect of her or his life. Often long-term care providers want to honor resident choice, but are afraid to do so because of fear of injury or risk of liability. The key is to find the balance between providing good care and keeping elders safe, on the one hand, and allowing choice which may involve risk but enhances quality of life, on the other.

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