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HEALTH INTERVENTION PRESENTATION
Interventions to Reduce the
Proportion of Non-Institutionalized
Older Adults with Disabilities Who
Have an Unmet Need for Long-Term
Services and Support
This study aims to look at how the intervention for the unmet needs
of the older adults who are not institutionalized and have disabilities
has worked out.
It looks into the strengths and weaknesses of the MAPIT application
on the Aged Patients with Disabilities Movement of California in
helping non-institutionalized older adults with disabilities.
the MAPIT strategy has not well been implemented
This paper also addresses what was supposed to be done for the
MAPIT strategy to help the non-institutionalized older adults with
The number of older adults who are not in nursing homes is on the
The financial support could almost cater for several other factors
such as equipment, medical professionals and medicine.
Measures taken to ensure the meeting of these needs are aimed at
achieving several objectives such as minimizing the number of
unpaid medical practitioners of older adults
It also boosts the confidence of older adult patients in the
management of their chronic illnesses, boost the number of
professional medical staff working with these older adults.
According to Harris-Kojetin (2013), long term care is a combination
of strategies and services.
It incorporates both direct and indirect care as well as general
management of the illnesses.
A large number of older adults with disabilities and living at home or
similar environments have f...
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