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Aging and Disabilities Resource Centers (ADRC) are a program of the Administration for Community Living (ACL), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), and the Veterans Health Administration. They serve as a single entry point into the long-term services and supports systems for older adults and those with disabilities. The goal is to provide a coordinated system of information and access to those seeking long-term services and support, thereby minimizing confusion, enhancing individual choice, and supporting informed decision-making.
White, Diana L. and Elliott, Sheryl, "Consumer Satisfaction with Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Services: Round 2" (2013). Institute on Aging Publications. 72.
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This is the final report submitted to Oregon State Unit on Aging, Department of Human Services.