Aging in place and negotiated risk agreements.


An assisted living community (i.e., residence [ALR]) that responds to a resident's changing needs by adjusting services and level of care criteria means that the resident is less likely to be discharged to a higher level of care, such as a nursing home, and will "age in place." A "managed" or negotiated risk agreement (NRA) can facilitate aging in place by… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gerinurse.2008.01.001

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@article{Mitty2008AgingIP, title={Aging in place and negotiated risk agreements.}, author={Ethel L Mitty and Sandi Flores}, journal={Geriatric nursing}, year={2008}, volume={29 2}, pages={94-101} }