The True Costs and Benefits of Self-Directed Care: Living with Independence, Freedom, and Equality (LIFE) Account Feasibility Study & Implementation Plan
10/31/2007 | 1336 Requests *
This article explores the benefits and challenges people who have disabilities experience when managing their personal care programs. It also examines how LIFE Accounts would complement social participation opportunities for persons with disabilities.
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Independent Living; Cash and Counseling; Caregiving; Individualized Budget; Medicaid; Person Centered Planning; Personal Assistant; Living with Independence, Freedom, and Equality Savings Account Program; LIFE Savings Accounts; personal care attendant; HCBC; Home and Community Based Care; agency-directed care; Personal Care Service Program;
Consumer/Participant Direction, Housing, Money Follows the Person, Physical Disabilities, Workforce/Direct Care
Grantee produced, New Hampshire, Southern New Hampshire University
New Hampshire, Wisconsin, All States/Territories
Southern New Hampshire University
School of Community & Economic Development
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007