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Respite Cost-Share under National Family Caregiver Support Program

  • 11 Aug 2015 11:13 AM
    Reply # 3474935 on 3466154
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Some of our AAAs in South Carolina do participate in cost sharing. They have suggested rates/percentages for participants, but take any voluntary contribution. Those funds are then utilized to offset the amount allocated to the caregiver, thereby freeing up funds to be provided to another caregiver. All cost sharing is tied to the program which generated the contribution.

    If you have additional questions I’d be happy to try to answer.


    Anne W. Wolf, Divisional Manager

    Community Resources Division

    South Carolina Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging

    awolf@aging.sc.gov


  • 05 Aug 2015 10:20 AM
    Message # 3466154
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    From Kathy McKeon with the Catholic Diocese of Providence, RI, and a partner in the RI Lifespan Respite grant. If you have helpful information to share, please respond directly kmckeon@dioceseofprovidence.org or post your response for everyone here on the Discussion Forum.  You will need to log in to do so.

    Question:  Does your state or any of the Area Agencies on Aging which administer the National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP) in your state employ a cost share for respite services funded specifically with these program funds?  If so, please describe briefly. 



    Last modified: 20 Apr 2016 12:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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