Exploring Metro and Non-Metro Differences in Satisfaction with Services and Community Participation among Low-income Personal Assistance Service Users
Examines differences between metropolitan and non-metropolitan users of personal assistance services (PAS), which allow people who need assistance with activities of daily living to remain in their own homes and communities. Discusses factors associated with PAS satisfaction and community participation.
Rayna Sage, Krys Standley, Genna M. Mashinchi
Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences, 3, 876047
Healthcare quality · People with disabilities · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention