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What about Long Term Care?

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  • Consumer's Guide to Adult Residential Care Homes in Hawaii

    An Adult Residential Care Home (ARCH) is a family home or facility licensed by the Department of Health. An ARCH provides 24 hour living accommodations for a fee to adults who are not related to the persons who run the ARCH. Content Detail

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    Executive Office on Aging
  • Department of Human Services (Adult Services)

    By scrolling down to the Adult Services section there is a listing of links for different adult care programs Content Detail

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    Department of Human Services
  • How Can I Get KUPUNA CARE Services? Home and Community based services for the Elderly

    KUPUNA CARE is available to meet the needs of older adults who cannot live at home without adequate help from family and/or formal services. It is designed to assist, not totally support, Hawaii's elderly to remain in their homes as long as possible. KUPUNA CARE targets older adults having difficulty in performing two or more functions of daily living. Content Detail

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    Executive Office on Aging
  • Liens on the Home Property of Medicaid Recipients

    Pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules sections 17-1705-56 and 17-1705-57, the State may seek to recover Medicaid payments by placing liens on the home property of Medicaid recipients whose stay in a medical institution is likely to be permanent. This brochure will answer basic questions in regard to the placement of these liens. Content Detail

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    Department of Human Services
  • Links on Elder Issues

    A compilation of Links on different websites relating to the Elderly. Content Detail

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    Executive Office on Aging
  • Living in a Nursing Home: Tips for New Residents

    The Executive Office on Aging's Long Term Care Ombudsman offers practical suggestions and guidance to assist you with the transition to a nursing facility. It is our hope that this information will help you to make a satisfactory adjustment, whether your stay is shortterm or extended. Content Detail

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    Executive Office on Aging
  • Long Term Care Eligibility, Assets, App. Process

    You may be eligible for Long Term Care if you have a medical condition that requires treatment in a medical/nursing facility and are a current medicaid recipient. Content Detail

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    Med-Quest
  • Nursing home issues

    Helpful information on choosing and evaluating a nursing home, talking with family about placement, resident rights and resolving disputes. Content Detail

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    Elder Law Answers
  • The Long Term Care OMBUDSMAN Speaks on Behalf of Nursing Home and Care Home Residents

    The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program was established by federal and state statutes. The LTCO responds to complaints and problems of residents of long term care facilities such as: Nursing homes Adult residential care homes Other long term care facilities The LTCO protects the human and civil rights of residents. The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program operates through the State Executive Office on Aging, Office of the Governor. Content Detail

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    Executive Office of Aging