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Summary and Policy Implications: Analyses of Medicaid Financing for Disabled and High Cost Children

The Congress, HHS, and other federal agencies have expressed considerable interest in the adequacy of current programs and policies affecting severely disabled children, particularly those who are technology dependent and whose health and medical care place catastrophic financing and caregiving burdens on their families.

Effects of Multiple Admissions on Nursing Home Use: Implications for "Front-end" Policies

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Research on Children, Youth, and Families: 1986-1990

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Risk of Institutionalization: 1977-1985

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Parents' Child Care Preferences: Patterns among Welfare Mothers

This report examines the child care preferences of 382 mothers with children under age six who received Aid to Families with Dependent Children during the 14-month period beginning September 1983. The project included interviewing these women twice and using models to predict their satisfaction with child care arrangements.

Preferences, Perceptions, and Child Care Turnover: Patterns Among Welfare Mothers

This study investigates factors associated with changes in the child care arrangements of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) recipients. To conduct the study, the authors interviewed a sample of AFDC recipients in 1984 and 1985, examined welfare case records, and developed models predicting AFDC mothers' transitions into and out of child care.

Head Start: What Do We Know About What Works?

Head Start programs provide comprehensive child development, educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to predominantly low income preschool children and their families.

Design for a National Survey of Persons with Developmental Disabilities

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Recent Changes in Service Use Patterns of Disabled Medicare Beneficiaries

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

A Report on Infants and Children with HIV Infection in Foster Care

Approximately 800 HIV-infected children nationally were in foster care placement as of June 1989. This study was designed to define the specific problems related to providing foster care to children with HIV infection.