Title III-E Report YTD 1st Quarter-4th Quarter 2007

(2007) Title III-E Report YTD 1st Quarter-4th Quarter 2007. Administrative Services

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Abstract

Family Caregiver Support Program (Title III-E) - The Administration on Aging (AoA) has determined that for Title III-E, the actual family caregiver is the client, not the older person receiving the services. Iowa NAPIS (National Aging Program Information System) collects and reports Title III-E service/performance data and related program management information to the federal and state government in a format like the other Title III services. The major shift in reporting relates to who is the client. As a result, this Title III-E Client/Service Unit Report shows the number of caregivers who receive services and the number of units by service category from the Title III-E funding of the Older Americans Act, the AoA, and limited state general fund dollars. Additionally, it shows the number of persons served by individual services and total "unduplicated" client count across all services. In other words, if you add the total number of clients (caregivers) from all services, it is higher than the actual number of persons served across all services because some people need and receive more than one service. (Please note: this is preliminary data, and may be subject to change.) Title III-E Report YTD 1st Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 2nd Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 3rd Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 4th Quarter 2007

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Title III-E Report YTD 1st Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 2nd Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 3rd Quarter 2007 Title III-E Report YTD 4th Quarter 2007 Family Caregiver Support Program Administration on Aging
Subjects: Social issues and programs
Social issues and programs > Aging
ID Code: 5442
Deposited By: Dick Harmon
Deposited On: 10 Oct 2007
Last Modified: 10 Oct 2007
URI: http://publications.iowa.gov/id/eprint/5442

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