Using focus group data, this article discusses the use of social marketing principles to enhance enrollment in the Cash & Counseling Demonstration and Evaluation (CCDE).
This presentation outlines the guiding principles and programmatic considerations necessary to implement an effective participant-directed risk management program.
Created by the National Participant Network, this document serves to provide strategies for involving participants.
This October 2012 issue brief summarizes the findings of a three state in-depth study on participant engagement practices within Cash & Counseling programs. While focusing on the experiences of Cash & Counseling states, this research... Read more
The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging sponsored PPAR’s Winter/Spring 2010 issue. It includes seven articles written by national experts describing recent and notable changes in LTC policy, with its increasing emphasis on HCBS services. An... Read more