Author(s)
Randall Owen, Alexandra Bonardi, Valerie Bradley, John Butterworth, Joe Caldwell, Robin Cooper, Yochai Eisenberg, Marty Ford, Amy S Hewitt, Sheryl A Larson, Mary Kay Rizzolo, David Rotholz, Chris Stewart, Beth Terrill, Cathy Ficker-Terrill

Description

People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) often rely on long-term services and supports (LTSS) to live and work in the community or with their families. As policy reforms continue, it is important that we have research goals to guide the field. In August 2015, an expert panel met to discuss the future of LTSS for people with IDD and reached consensus that future work should ensure adequate funding and quality standards are in place, especially with the growth of managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) programs, the increasing variety of Medicaid funding authorities used to finance supports for people with IDD, the changes in public policy regarding LTSS, and the application of behavioral supports, particularly positive behavior support (PBS).

Suggested Citation

Owen, R., Bonardi, A., Bradley, V., Butterworth, J., Caldwell, J., Cooper, R., … Ficker Terrill, C. (2015). Long-Term Services and Supports. Inclusion, 3(4), 233–241. https://doi.org/10.1352/2326-6988-3.4.233

Details

Date
2015 
Type
Peer-reviewed article 
Edition
Volume 3, Number 4
Contact
Amy S Hewitt hewit005@umn.edu or +1 612-625-1098
Publisher
Institute on Community Integration