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Connecting Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities with Personal Care Assistance: The Potential for ADRCs as Hosts for Publicly Funded Matching Service Registries

August 1, 2012

This brief argues that aging and disability resource centers (ARDCs) are uniquely positioned to effectively host, maintain, and market matching service registries to home care consumers and workers. The fact sheet also answers frequently asked questions about matching service registries.

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Key Takeaways

Matching registries makes connections between home care workers and individuals who self-direct in-home services.
ADRCs can empower individuals with disabilities by offering a "one-stop shop" that includes matching registries.
Matching service registries can help ADRCs meet their goals.

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