Real Choice Systems Change Grants for Community Living: A Feasibility Study to Consider Respite Services for Children with Disabilities in Maryland
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Subjectsrespite care for children with disabilities in Maryland
analysis of Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) that pertain to respite
survey of service providers for children with disabilities
survey of families of children with disabilities
respite service for children demonstration model
In this feasibility study, conducted for the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, The Hilltop Institute (as the Center for Health Program Development and Management) examined Code of Maryland Regulations pertaining to respite services; surveyed agencies that provide respite services to families of children with disabilities as well as the families themselves; and created a demonstration model for providing respite services in Maryland.
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