High-Quality Home Care for All
Nearly everyone agrees that Rhode Island should do more to provide quality home care for the elderly and for individuals living with disabilities, and to ensure that caregivers earn a living wage in order to provide consistent, quality care. Many other states have already taken big steps to grow and improve home care – and given our aging population, it is clear that Rhode Island needs to do the same.
Let's improve quality and access within our long term care system.
It's important to understanding the experiences and challenges of Rhode Islanders. What has your experience been, and what do you think we can improve?
What is your experience with home care?
I receive home care services.
My family member or loved one receives or has received home care services.
I or a loved one have used home care from an agency.
I work or have worked in home care services.
I considered using home care for myself or a loved one.
I or a loved one provides many hours of uncompensated care for a family member.
I do not have direct experience with home care services.
How would you rate the experience?
Mixed, needs improvement.
Negative, needs great improvement.
Very negative, needs an overhaul.
N/A, I have not had direct experience.
The area of home care services that I believe needs most improvement is –
The difficulty of navigating and accessing home care options.
Lack of choice of long term care setting.
Reliability and consistency in service and care.
Having the same caregiver providing care.
Tell us about your or your family’s experience with home care. If you could change one thing about your home care experience what would it be?
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