Financing Options for Home Care for Children with Chronic Illness and Severe Disability. Technical Assistance Manual
Department of Psychiatry, Center for Mental Health Services Research; Center for Health Policy and Research
Disabled Children; Home Care Services
Health Services Research | Mental and Social Health | Psychiatric and Mental Health | Psychiatry | Psychiatry and Psychology
Summary: This manual is intended to accompany technical assistance efforts aimed at improving selected states' home health care programs for children with chronic illness and severe disability. Summary descriptions of funding sources are presented, including purpose, eligibility guidelines, and services covered, as well as additional information as warranted. The first section of the manual describes funding streams available to states and applicable to home care support, including: medical care (six); income support (two); social services (eight); educational services (four); transportation (three); and housing (seven). The second section reviews different strategies states have used to enlist insurance companies in a public partnership supporting home care. Appendixes list legislative acts and authorization for programs and provide a chart of federal participation rate for Medicaid programs by state. Contains 45 references.
Citation: Ellison, M. L., Bradley, V. J., Knoll, J., & Moore, K. (1989). Financing options for home care for children with chronic illness and severe disability. Technical Assistance Manual. Cambridge, MA: Human Services Research Institute.
Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations
Ellison, Marsha Langer; Bradley, Valerie J.; Knoll, James A.; and Moore, Kathleen, "Financing Options for Home Care for Children with Chronic Illness and Severe Disability. Technical Assistance Manual" (1989). Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations. 463.