Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Disability and Aging

Quality Indicators for Home and Community-Based Services in Maine

Abstract: 

This report provides summary information on the performance of Maine’s home and community based care system. The data can be used to identify areas where the system is working and people are satisfied and also points to areas where further analysis would be helpful. The quality indicators are for the following programs: Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities, Adults with Physical Disabilities and those who Self Direct, and Adults with Mental Retardation/Autism.

Suggested Citation: Fralich, J., Gray, C., Olsen, L., & Ziller, J. (2005). Quality indicators for home and community based-services in Maine. Portland, ME: University of Southern Maine, Edmund S. Muskie School of Public Service.

PDF links to the individual sections:

Indicators: Mental Retardation/Autism: http://nasuad.org/sites/nasuad/files/hcbs/files/82/4054/MR.pdf

Indicators: Physical Disabilities and those who Self Direct: http://nasuad.org/sites/nasuad/files/hcbs/files/82/4055/APD_self.pdf

Indicators: Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities: http://nasuad.org/sites/nasuad/files/hcbs/files/82/4055/APD_self.pdf

Publication Type: 
Report
Publish Date: 
March 3, 2006
URL: 
http://nasuad.org/hcbs/article/hcbs-quality-indicators-home-and-community-based-services-maine

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