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Mr. James D. Toews

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Senior Policy Analyst, Administra...

Community Living
 
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  • Goshen College
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James Toews, Senior Policy ...
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James Toews, Senior Policy Analyst, Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
The Alliance For Health Reform: Find Experts
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James Toews, Senior Advisor, (503) 945-6478, matt.salo@namd-us.org
ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, HHS
Oregon Autism Resources - Autism-pdd Nos
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James D. Toews, Assistant Administrator Office of DD Services
Housing | RCAP
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Although most Americans want to age in place, the reality, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services senior policy analyst James Toews, is that too many individuals enter long-term care institutions unnecessarily or prematurely. Homes and communities frequently are not designed to address the needs of seniors. Many seniors need assistance performing activities of daily living and live in environments that do not accommodate their functional limitations.
Following a catastrophic health event, 25 percent of elderly Americans who temporarily enter a nursing home will find it too difficult to leave. Toews identifies caregiver burnout as one of the primary barriers to aging at home â€" in the United States, family members provide about 85 percent of all caregiving.
HUD | RCAP
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Although most Americans want to age in place, the reality, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services senior policy analyst James Toews, is that too many individuals enter long-term care institutions unnecessarily or prematurely. Homes and communities frequently are not designed to address the needs of seniors. Many seniors need assistance performing activities of daily living and live in environments that do not accommodate their functional limitations.
Following a catastrophic health event, 25 percent of elderly Americans who temporarily enter a nursing home will find it too difficult to leave. Toews identifies caregiver burnout as one of the primary barriers to aging at home â€" in the United States, family members provide about 85 percent of all caregiving.
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