Home- And Community-Based Services for Older Adults: Aging in Context (Paperback)
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As older adults and their families opt out of nursing homes, a range of home and community-based services (HCBS) have risen up to provide care. HCBS span platforms and approaches, from home health care to assisted living to community-based hospice to adult day services. These models are, for most, preferable to nursing homes and allow older adults to "age in place"--live longer in their own homes and communities. Home- and Community-Based Services for Older Adults examines the existing and emerging models of HCBS, including the history, theory, research, policy, and practices across care settings. Emphasizing the multidisciplinary and interprofessional practice approaches used to deliver care, this book is an essential learning tool for students interested in medicine, nursing, social work, allied health professions, case management, health care administration, and gerontology. As the population of older adults grows, the authors ask, how can we best meet the needs of older adults and their families in the most effective, cost-conscious way while honoring their care choices?
About the Author
Keith A. Anderson is associate professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Montana. He is the editor of End-of-Life Care: A Series at Columbia University Press. Holly I. Dabelko-Schoeny is associate professor in the College of Social Work at The Ohio State University. Noelle L. Fields is assistant professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Texas at Arlington.