Delivering Person-Centered Care: Important preferences for recipients of long-term services and supports

February 5, 2018


  • Katherine M. Abbott
  • Rachel Klumpp
  • Kendall Leser
  • Jane K. Straker
  • Gerald C. Gannod
  • Kimberly Van Haitsma

Although assessing individual consumer preferences is an important first step in providing person-centered care, the purpose of this study was to identify the top 10 shared preferences that are important to a majority of consumers receiving long-term services and supports.


  • Care Management
  • Home and Community Based Services
  • Long-Term Care Decision Making
  • Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Long-Term Care Policy and Financing
  • Long-Term Care - Other
  • Quality Assurance