Personal Assistance Service Programs, Maine, Disability and Aging, Cutler Institute, USM Aging Initiative, Policy
The purpose of this analysis was to identify opportunities for eliminating unnecessary inconsistency and increasing consumer choice and control across Maine's personal assistance services (PAS) programs. Thirteen recommendations were made based on the findings which indicated that Maine PAS programs vary in the level of support they offer but the difference in support cannot necessarily be explained by differences in the level of need. Additionally, Maine PAS programs have been and are currently working toward increasing opportunities for expanding consumer choice and control over services.
Funding Organization or Grant
This document was developed under Grant No. 10-P91392/1-01 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Griffin, Eileen JD, "Access Choice and Control: A Comparative Analysis of Maine's Personal Assistance Services Programs" (2005). Disability & Aging. 19.