Disability in Ohio: Long-Term Care Providers and Programs

June 28, 2009


  • Denise Brothers-McPhail
  • Shahla Mehdizadeh
This report describes the range of options used in Ohio’s long-term care system. For each provider or program, we report the eligibility requirements, consumer characteristics, capacity, utilization rate, average monthly cost of care, and major payers for services. The programs and providers include Medicaid waiver programs, nursing facilities, adult day service providers, residential care or assisted living facilities, intermediate care facilities for persons with mental retardation, and home- and community-based providers.

To obtain information concerning the cost and to order printed copies of the full report, contact Scripps Gerontology Center at: 513/529-2914 or scripps@miamioh.edu.



  • Aging and Developmental Disabilities
  • Home and Community Based Services
  • Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Long-Term Care - Other