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Collecting Information on Disability in the 2000 Census: An Example of Interagency Cooperation. Adler Michele C, Clark Robert F, DeMaio Theresa J, Miller Louisa F, and Saluter Arlene F. Social Security Bulletin. 1999. 62(4):21-30.
The Economic Impact of Long-Term Care on Individuals. Alecxih Lisa and Kennell David. US Department of Health and Human Services. 1994. October. Full Text.
Physical and Cognitive Impairment: Do They Require Different Kinds of Help? Clark Robert F. US Department of Health and Human Services. 1991. Full Text.
Long-Term Care Financing Proposals: Their Costs, Benefits and Impact on Private Insurance. Cohen, Marc A. Health Insurance Association of America. 1991. A5173-5.
Partial Support for Elderly in the Community At Risk of Spending Down. Gruenberg, Leonard and Ajith, Silva. University of Maryland Center on Aging. 1998. MMIP Technical Assistance Paper No 5. Reprint.
State Tax Incentive Programs for Informal Caregivers and the Elderly. Hendrickson MC et al. Health Care Financing Administration. 1988.
Projecting Fatalities in Crashes Involving Older Drivers, 2000 - 2025. Hu Patricia S, Jones Donald W, Reuscher Timothy, Schmoyer Richard S, Jr, Truett Lorena F. the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. 2000. Reprint.
Prevalence and Correlates of Unmet Need Among the Elderly with ADL Disabilities. Jackson Mary E. US Department of Health and Human Services. 1991. Feb. Full Text.
Using the Long-Term Care Surveys: Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Analyses of Disabled Older People. Kasper, Judith D. Proceedings of the 1987 Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics. 1988. DHHS Pub.No.88-1214. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics, pp.353-358.
Midlife and Older Americans with Disabilities: Who Gets Help? A Chartbook. Kassner Enid, Bectel Robert W. Public Policy Institute, AARP. 1998. Reprint.
Brookings/ICF Long Term Care Financing Model: Model Assumptions Executive Summary. Kennell David L, Alecxih Lisa Maria B, Wiener Joshua M and Hanley Raymond J. US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy (DALTCP). 1992. Feb. Executive Summary.
Caregiver Burden and Institutionalization, Hospital Use, and Stability of Care. Miller Baila, McFall Stephanie. US Department of Health and Human Services. Report prepared by the University of Illinois at Chicago. Executive Summary.
Limitations in Activities of Daily Living Among the Elderly: Data Analyses from the 1989 National Long-Term Care Survey. Anonymous. National Aging Information Center. 1996. May 31. Reprint.
Literature Review of the Status of Research on the Transportation and Mobility Needs of Older Women. Wallace Robert B, Franc Danie. Traffic Tech. 1994. Technology Transfer Series Number 208. Full Text.
A Review of Technical Requirements for Ramps. Sanford Jon A. Prepared for: US Access Board. 1996. Contract Number QA930020, January 31. Full Text.
Final Report of the US Bipartisan Commission on Comprehensive Health Care. The Pepper Commission. Sept. 1990.
Barriers to Using National Surveys for Understanding Rural Health Policy Issues. Schur Claudia L, Good Cynthia D, Berk Marc L. The Project HOPE Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis, 7500 Old Georgetown Road, Suite 600, Bethesda, Maryland 20814-6133. 1998. May. Reprint.
The Case for Investing in Seniors Housing & Long Term Care Properties. Singer Harvey. National Investment Center for The Seniors Housing & Care Industries. 2001. Annapolis, MD.
Measuring Cognitive Impairment with Large Data Sets, Long-Term Care Studies Program Research Reports. Spector, William D. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. 1991.
The Characteristics of Long-Term Care Users. Spector William D, Fleishman John A, Pezzin Liliana E, Spillman, Brenda C. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 2000. AHRQ Pub. No. 00-0049, September . Full Text.
Caregivers of the Frail Elderly: A National Profile. Stone R. National Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology Assessment. 1986.
Long-Term Care for the Elderly with Disabilities: Current Policy, Emerging Trends, and Implications for the Twenty-First Century. Stone, Robyn I. The Milbank Memorial Fund. 2000. ISBN 1-887748-38-5 Full Text.
Spouses and Children of Disabled Elders: Potential and Active Caregivers. Stone Robyn I, Kemper Peter. Long-Term Care Studies Program Research Reports, National Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology Assessment. 1989. Jan.
Competing Demands of Employment and Informal Caregiving to Disabled Elders. Stone Robyn I, Short Pamela Farley. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. 1990.
Effects Of Medicare's Hospital Prospective Payment System (PPS) On Disabled Medicare Beneficiaries. Liu Korbin, Manton KG. DHHS, ASPE, HCFA. Final Report, February, 1988.
Social Insurance (Actuarial Standards of Practice #32). Bogart JL, Applebaum JA, Burrows EE, Foster RS, Goss SC, Gustafson CD, Khalil MO, Kleiber EJ, Ostaszewski KM, Pope JD, Schobel BD, Solomon RL, Stallard E, Steiner KA, Wandishin JA. American Academy of Actuaries:Washington, DC. 1998. 11/6/2001. Reprint.
How Do Alternative Eligibility Triggers Affect Access To Private Long-Term Care Insurance? Alecxih LMB, Lutzky S. Association of Retired Persons, Public Policy Institute. 1996. August. Abstract.
Determining Comparable Levels of Functional Disability. Kassner Enid, Beth Jackson. Public Policy Institute, AARP, 601 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20049. 1998. April. Summary.
A Descriptive Analysis of Patterns of Informal and Formal Caregiving among Privately Insured and Non-Privately Insured Disabled Elders Living in the Community. Anonymous. LifePlans, Inc, The Center for Health and Long-Term Care Research. 1999. April. Full Text.
Long Term Care: Definition, Demand, Cost,and Financing. McCall Nelda. American College of Healthcare Executives. 2001. 27 Aug Reprint.
Projections Of Ohio's Older Disabled Population: 2015 To 2050. Mehdizadeh Shahla A, Kunkel Suzanne R, Ritchey P Neal. Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056. 2001. July. Full Text.
Senior Housing And Services: Economic, Demographic And Policy Issues And Their Land Use Impacts: A Literature Review and Issue Paper. Nickel, Denise R. The New Jersey Office of State Planning. 1994. Technical Reference Document #108, August 10. Reprint.
Analysis of Hospital Length of Stay and Discharge Destination Using Hazard Functions with Unmeasured Heterogeneity. Picone G, Wilson MR, Chou SY. Research supported by University of South Florida and NIA. 2001. Reprint.
Long-Term Care for the Frail Elderly in Florida: Expanding Choices, Containing Costs. Polivka Larry, Dunlop Burton D, Rothman Max B. Long-Term Care Policy Series Prepared for the Commission on Long-Term Care in Florida. 1996. Volume I Link.
Measuring Trends in Disability Among the Elderly: An International Review. Waidmann Timothy A, Manton KG. Final Report for the Department of Health and Human Services Prepared under contract HHS-100-97-0010, Task order on Trends in Disability Rates Among the Elderly. 2000. June 22, 2000.
Aging Populations and Disaster Readiness Training. Turner Keith W. The University of North Texas, Department of Applied Gerontology. 2001. October.
Economic Well-Being of Non-Institutionalized Elderly with Functional Limitations. Stum Marlene S. Family Economics and Gerontology, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Specialist Research Report. 1992. August. Full Text.
Evaluation of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Demonstration. Irvin CV, Massey S, Dorsey TC. Health Care Financing Administration. 1998. February 9. Reprint.