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J Aging Soc Policy. 2001;13(1):37-56.

Vertical axes on the long-term care continuum: a comparison of board and care and assisted living.

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  • 1Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University, NY, USA. pherd@maxwell.syr.edu

Abstract

As the continuum of long-term care has expanded, public funding has not accompanied new care options. I detail access, provider profits and resources, and care quality in two types of residential care that fall in the center of the continuum, assisted living and board and care. These two options provide examples of how limited public funding leads to vertical axes, which represent access to services, the resources providers draw on to give care, and the quality of long-term care services, at each service point on the long-term care continuum.

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