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PAS Workforce and Informal Caregivers: State of the Research

September 1, 2012

This report highlights research progress achieved in the last five years regarding both the personal assistance services (PAS) workforce and unpaid, informal caregivers. The report identifies key research gaps and challenges in light of the need for a larger and more stable PAS workforce.

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Key Takeaways

Much progress has been made in recent years. - toward a more stable PAS workforce?
Research on PAS is critical: workforce size and composition, training, and fit with managed long-term care.
An adequately-sized, stable PAS workforce is critical to the future of long-term services and supports.
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Dorie Seavey

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