Community Care in England and France: Reforms and the Improvement of Equity and Efficiency
England and France have contrasting systems in community care for elderly persons as in other areas of social policy. The aims of this book are: the comparison of community care service and financing systems; the comparison of reform arguments and history over the last decade; the comparison of who uses how much of what services; and with what impact on their needs and the probability of having to enter institutions for long-term care.
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Balance between benefits in cash and kind
The evolution of the policy
Home care in France
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25 La Manche ACTP analysis of variance applying a Chi-square applying a t-test applying analysis area Yes Total areas individually Athis Mons row attendance allowance Bouget Caisse Chi-square test costs Davies Difference disability levels effect financing formal help formal services France French sample Group 2 row Group 4 row help with personal help with shopping home help hours per month household tasks incentives increase informal caregivers informal carers informal help INSERM institutions for long-term interval need Isaacs and Neville Manche and St Manche row mandataire marginal productivities Means of hours Mons and St month of informal need-related circumstances personal care tasks persons by area Presence of formal Presence of informal probability of entry proportions of persons recipients reform residential second assessment social services St Omer row substitution substitution effect Tests of significance third assessment Total Athis Mons Total row urinary incontinence variables Yes Total Athis
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