Understanding the Benefits of Providing Assisted Living-Like Supports to Older and Disabled Adults in Subsidized Housing Settings: Final Summary Report

This report examines the service model of Wilder’s Customized Living program, describes similar models of care currently operating in Minnesota, assesses the costs and benefits of these programs, and describes challenges providers face in executing this model. It includes an annotated bibliography of relevant literature.

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Project Information

Customized Living Supports

To assess the extent to which Customized Living supports, in combination with subsidized housing programs, provide an effective strategy to address the needs of low-income older adults with health and functional impairments, Wilder Research collaborated with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Aging and Adult Services division.

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