“Creating Direction: A Guide for Improving Long-Term Care in South Carolina” is the product of a year and a half of work by a statewide taskforce of over 60 providers, researchers and advocates. The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH) convened these stakeholders to study the state’s long-term care system and identify priority areas in need of improvement, particularly in light of the growing older adult population. The taskforce members developed 30 actionable recommendations to reshape the system so that it can better meet the needs of older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers across the state.
The “Taskforce Brief” provides an overview of the work and recommendations published in the full report of the Long-Term Care Taskforce, “Creating Direction: A Guide for Improving Long-Term Care in South Carolina.”
Resource documents include articles, studies and other research pertaining to issues being addressed by the Access to Care Committee.
Includes meeting minutes and materials.