long-term care

Facilities are beginning to innovate and put in place best practices to drive down the number of COVID-19 cases among residents and staff.
The pandemic has changed the way we think of long-term care, and if we lean into the crisis-earned set of lessons learned, we can do more than just tweak the system. We can transform it.
The coronavirus pandemic dominated our Thinking Policy blog in 2020, just as it dominated everyone’s lives.
These actions can enable relationships between family caregivers and long-term facility residents during the spread of COVID-19.
Pan-American countries gather to discuss varying cultural, political, and economic experiences and challenges of new and existing strategies for long-term care.
Skyline view of Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minnesota has put a number of foundational strategies in place to meet the needs of older adults while managing the growth in our programs
Home care
Washington is implementing promising practices designed to support individuals (and their caregivers) who want to continue to live in their own homes as they age.
No one should have to go bankrupt when their spouses need Medicaid for home- and community-based services, such as help with eating, bathing or dressing. But unless Congress acts, people could lose this important protection
Senior couple in wheelchair in autumn nature.
The future is unclear for a major federal demonstration program that was created to expand the range of long-term services and supports (LTSS) options available to individuals
As Medicare Advantage plans consider their benefit packages for next year, here are four family caregiver-related recommendations for Medicare Advantage plans
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