1 edition of characteristics of long-term care users found in the catalog.
characteristics of long-term care users
by Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in Rockville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||William D. Spector ... [et al.].|
|Series||AHRQ publication ;, no. 00-0049, AHRQ research report|
|Contributions||Spector, William D., United States. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality., Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Improving Quality in Long-Term Care.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.6 .C454 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||00328813|
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The Characteristics of Long-Term Care Users. This paper, commissioned by the Institute of Medicine Committee on Improving Quality in Long-Term Care, uses several data sources to profile the nonelderly and elderly populations receiving long term disability-related care.
Both characteristics of users and their distribution by type and site of service are by: In conclusion, proximity to death is one of the main drivers of long-term care use, but changes in sources of informal support, such as an increase in the proportion of married elderly, may lessen.
This paper, commissioned by the Institute of Medicine Committee on Improving Quality in Long-Term Care, uses several data sources to profile the nonelderly and elderly populations receiving long term disability-related care.
Both characteristics of users and their distribution by type and site of service are examined. The need for improved population-based data to better understand changes in. 2Profile of Characteristics of long-term care users book Care.
Long-term care covers a diverse array of services provided over a sustained period of time to people of all ages with chronic conditions and functional limitations.
Their needs for care range from minimal personal assistance with basic activities of Author: Gooloo S. Wunderlich, Peter O. Kohler.
This is a comprehensive reference for long-term care administrators, practitioners and students who want to understand the options, issues, and trends related to the effective administration and management of long-term care communities.
The book is unique in its in-depth focus on what needs to be accomplished and the evidence-based information 5/5(2). adults in long-term care settings. This book fi lls a long exist ing gap in the literature, providing information relevant to every day com-plex situations requiring team building, leadership, change man-agement, and cultural competence to achieve excellence in geriatric care.
Readers can use the book to improve personal understandingCited by: 1. Long-term care paraprofessionals are reported to work only about 30 hours a week on average, reducing their annualized earnings to well below $15, A high percentage (28 percent) live in poverty, and are more likely than other workers to rely on public benefits to.
General characteristics of specific countries The manuscript was edited, and the book was designed, by Ms Anne Bailey and Dr Ross Hempstead of Creative Publications. ii v. LESSONS FOR LONG-TERM CARE POLICY 8. LESSONS FOR LONG-TERM CARE POLICY 1 LESSONS FOR LONG-TERM CARE.
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Singh. — 2nd ed. ; cm. Includes. long-term care as a set of varied services. The diverse services ful-fill a variety of needs. • The clients of long-term care are diverse in terms of age and clini-cal needs.
The elderly, however, are the major users of long-term care services. • Enabling technology reduces the need for long-term care. Users of long-term care services in U.S.
by provider type and ethnicity Long-term care service users in the U.S. with dementia or depression 4. I read this book as part of my Graduate School course on long-term care and human services systems. The book describes many aspects of long-term care in terms that even a newbie like me could understand.
An excellent textbook for anyone interested in this subject/5. NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS. Vital and Health Statistics. Series 3, Number February U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Long term care consists of helping a person with performing his daily activities (eating, bathing, toiletry, etc) when he no longer can do them alone. Helping an elderly to doing these can occur at home, at a day center or at a nursing home at approximate yearly cost of $15, $30, and $80, respectively.
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Learn More Book: How to Deal with 21 Issues Facing Seniors. Aging seniors are often confounded by the complexity of issues they face. This report is the second of two prepared as part of a project to better understand the size and characteristics of the long-term care population in all settings.
The first report reviewed existing estimates of the older population in residential care, generally divided into nursing homes and alternative residential care settings.
Number and characteristics of users of long-term care services, by selected characteristics and provider type: United States. 91 5.
Use of long-term care services providers, by state and provider type: United States. 92 Figures 1. Improving the Quality of Long-Term Care takes a comprehensive look at the quality of care and quality of life in long-term care, including nursing homes, home health agencies, residential care facilities, family members and a variety of others.
This book describes the current state of long-term care, identifying problem areas and offering Cited by: This statistic displays the distribution of long-term care service users by provider type and by gender within the United States in and.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (). Long-term Care Users Range in Age and Most do not Live in Nursing Homes: Research Alert. Rockville, MD: Author. Alecxih, L. M. B., Zeruld S., & Olearczyl, B. (). Characteristics of Caregivers Based on .Long-term care is quintessentially a service field that calls for unique leadership, skills and talents.
The many facets of effective long-term care leadership articulated in countless books may simply be capsuled in the following traits that distinguish a long-term care leader.Residential Facilities, Assisted Living, and Nursing Homes At some point, support from family, friends, and local programs may not be enough.
People who require help full-time might move to a residential facility that provides many or all of the long-term care services they need.