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Audit: DHS should improve oversight of in-home care

Lack of oversight, data gaps, and overworked case managers could continue to put low-income Oregonians receiving in-home care at risk, state auditors said in a Wednesday report. 12 more words

Portland Tribune

Audit: Oregon fails to protect in-home-care residents from potential harm

An audit says a state-funded program that aims to help elderly low-income people and those with disabilities get care to stay in their homes has failed to fully protect them from potential harm. 11 more words

Statesman Journal

State fails to protect frail residents from potential harm, audit finds

A state-funded program that aims to help elderly low-income people and those with disabilities get care to stay in their homes has failed to fully protect them from potential harm, an audit by the Secretary of State’s Office said Tuesday. 14 more words

The Oregonian

Audit: DHS should improve oversight of in-home care

Lack of oversight, data gaps, and overworked case managers could continue to put low-income Oregonians receiving in-home care at risk, state auditors said in a Wednesday report. 12 more words

Portland Tribune

Inspiring & Motivating Your Loved Ones

Caring for our loved ones can be so fulfilling. The role reversal can feel strange at first, but once we get into a routine we can look forward to visits with our loved ones even when they require hard work. 427 more words

Aroga Home Care

DHS – Aging and People with Disabilities: Consumer-Employed Provider Program Needs Immediate Action to Ensure In-Home Care Consumers Receive Required Care and Services

Report Highlights

The Secretary of State’s Audits Division found that the Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) program should take immediate action to address gaps in program design and oversight in order to improve the safety and well-being of participants in the Consumer-Employed Provider (CEP) program. 297 more words

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Benefits of In Home Care for your Seniors

We all know that when we say seniors, they are our elderly maybe parents or relatives and along with the term, we cannot separate the fact that this is the last stage of their life, this is the time for each one of us to give them just the best we can because one day soon, we will also become seniors like them. 441 more words

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