Disability Support & Long Term Care Services

Disability and long-term care refers to institutional and community-based care that support individuals with activities of daily living and services related to age or disability. Over the past decade, there has been an increase in the changes and challenges affecting the disability support and long-term care market markets—the move to managed care and subsequently value-based care, the shift to home- and community-based care, the increase in the aging population, and new workforce challenges.

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Why Unpaid Caregivers Should Be On Your Post-COVID Radar

The headline Informal Caregivers Now Eligible For Vaccine caught my eye. California is prioritizing vaccine access for “informal caregivers”—defined as unpaid family members or others who regularly help in and supervise the daily care of a disabled person. The informal caregivers need to bring a note from the physician of the person being cared for to… Read

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