International Approaches to Long-term Services and Supports

April 2, 2013


  • Robert A. Applebaum
  • Emily Robbins
  • Anthony Bardo

For older adults who may experience significant disability from injury or disease, the daily activities present challenges that may require ongoing assistance from family members, friends, or a formal care service provider. Longterm services and supports enable those who need continual help because of physical, cognitive, or developmental disabilities to accomplish the necessary tasks of daily living.

Generations, Spring 2013, pgs. 59-65.

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