community-based services

community-based services

A generic term for services provided outside of a hospital setting, usually in clinics or surgeries, which are provided to support an individual living in his/her own home, or to support his/her carer.
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "As the General Assembly failed to override Governor Rauner's amendatory veto on House Bill 2482, it is critical now that the next step for Illinois' elected officials is to work in a collaborative, bi-partisan manner to protect and preserve the critical home and community-based services that are essential for over 24,000 older Illinoisans to continue receiving the services that allow them to live with independence and purpose in the home settings of the choice.
Contract award: "delivery by purchasing food for the needs of the municipality of varna, community-based services and specialized institutions - secondary spending with a budget of lots.
The need for long-term services and support is on the rise, and now the numbers of options for veterans are rising as well, thanks to the Veteran-Directed Home and Community-Based Services (VD-HCBS) Program.
After that, the interviewer offered referral to school-based services, community-based services, neither, or both.
The group called on lawmakers to use the Rainy Day Fund, to raise new revenue and, above all else, to not cut community-based services for the disabled.
In Idaho we have home-and community-based services that are a part of our funding for assisted living.
I saw strange creatures called Money Follows the Person, Cash and Counseling, Home-and Community-Based Services, and Consumer Choice all tugging at potential residents to keep them out of nursing homes.
4 million to support current community-based services and provide more services in the community.
The Home serves more than 2,000 people a year in more than 40 programs, including foster boarding homes, adoption, adolescent residential programs, special needs education and community-based services.
They are increasingly confronted, for example, with the short supply of home and community-based services and formal caregivers, the quality of care concerns that apply to both institutional and community-based care alternatives, the cost of long term care, difficulties in navigating through the public and private service sectors, the challenges associated with trying to decipher information on support services, and the trials associated with being employed and also serving as a family caregiver.
He was one of the primary architects of the 1997 Welfare Reform Act in the Minnesota Legislature and was chief author and primary negotiator of the 2001 Omnibus Health and Human Services finance bill, which included historic reform in services for the elderly and people with mental illness and expansion of community-based services for people with disabilities.
Since then it has successfully run community-based services in those areas but will in future concentrate all its work in Gateshead and South Tyneside only.

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