AARP: Across the State 2012: Profiles of Long Term Services and Supports

John William Springs, a retiree who gets nearly $12,000 a year in Social Security and disability checks, is $1,300 above the poverty threshold: officially, not poor.

by: Ari Houser, Wendy Fox-Grage, Kathleen Ujvari | from: Public Policy Institute | September, 2012

Across the States 2012: Profiles of Long-Term Services and Supports is the ninth edition of the AARP Public Policy Institute’s state long-term services and supports reference report.

Published for the past 18 years, the Across the Statesseries was developed to help inform policy discussions among public and private sector leaders in long-term services and supports throughout the United States. Across the States 2012 presents comparable state-level and national data for more than 140 indicators, drawn together from a wide variety of sources into a single reference. This publication presents up-to-date data and is displayed in easy-to-use maps, graphics, tables, and state profiles. (366 pages)

Across the States 2012 comes in two volumes:

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