Monthly Archives: July 2015

More Medicaid Spending Now Goes Toward Home Care

REPORT: Most Medicaid Spending Now Goes Toward Home Care With 4 billion more than the last reporting period, for the first time ever, the majority of Medicaid expenditures for long-term services and supports (LTSS) has gone toward home and community-based … Continue reading

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Past, present, future: Eldercare vs. Childcare

Past – Present – Future Old people are valuable because they know the past, are in the present, and can help guide us into the future due to their life experience. Children have no past relevance, are becoming aware of  … Continue reading

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