2 edition of Administration of old age assistance in forty-eight states. found in the catalog.
Administration of old age assistance in forty-eight states.
Illinois Public Aid Commission
Written in English
|Statement||Submitted January 1944, comp. by Ann Hinrichsen, Illinois Public Aid Commission.|
|LC Classifications||HV1465 .I5 1944|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||a 47004492|
The Older Americans Act (“Act”) is a U.S. federal legislation enacted in It is the primary federal initiative that focuses on providing comprehensive services for older adults. The Act provides for a range of programs that offer services and opportunities for older Americans, especially those at risk of losing their independence. (A) STATE PLAN ADMINISTRATION The federal dollar may not pay for more than 75% of the total dollars spent for state plan administration. The citation for this, as well as for the amount available for state plan administration, is Sec. of the Act. Title III expenditures for state plan administration includes the administration of.
The Social Security Act of initially authorized federal financial participation in three state administered cash assistance programs: Title I: Grants to States for Old-Age Assistance; Title IV: Grants to States for Aid to Dependent Children; and Title X: Grants to States for Aid for the Blind. This research brief is based on Daniel K. Fetter and Lee M. Lockwood, “Government Old-Age Support and Labor Supply: Evidence from the Old Age Assistance .
Resources for Senior Citizens and Their Families The resources listed in this reference guide are designed to assist adults over the age of 55 with disabilities, as well as their caregivers, in handling new physical, psychological, and financial challenges. Legal Assistance Adult Protective Services designed to respond to reports of alleged abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation of an adult age 60 or older or a person with disabilities age .
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Congress passed the Older Americans Act (OAA) in in response to concern by policymakers about a lack of community social services for older persons.
The original legislation established authority for grants to States for community planning and social services, research and development projects, and personnel training in the field of : Administration on Aging.
Administration of old age assistance. Chicago: Published for the Committee on Public Administration of the Social Science Research Council by Public Administration Service, (OCoLC) Online version: Administration of old age assistance.
In that year three states, Montana, Pennsylvania, and Nevada, passed old age assistance laws, but only one of them, that of Montana, has remained in the statute books. In the Nevada state legislature passed a bill repealing the law, and putting another one in its place.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Ira V. Hiscock.
The administration of old age assistance in three states: Massachusetts, New Jersey & New York. An attempt has been made to discover the best practice achieved in the administration of old age assistance and to describe and analyze this experience.
For this purpose, twelve states were studied. The first section of the report deals with organization, general administration, and executive control. six States (Colorado, Kentucky, Maryland, Mon- tana, Nevada, and Wisconsin) enacted legislation that permitted the counties to choose whether or not they wanted to institute programs of old-age assistance.
California (), and New York and Massachusetts. (In some states the existing old-age assistance programs were only funded at the local level). Residency requirements could not be any longer than 5 out of the last 9 years, and the minimum age for receiving benefits could not be any older than age A Good Life in Old Age.
Monitoring and Improving Quality in Long-Term Care, OECD Publishing, Population ageing in the United States has been slower than in most the other OECD countries: % of the population was over the age of 80 in (OECD average is 4%); projections suggest this.
Old‐age assistance. Marietta Stevenson. Assistant Director. The conditions imposed upon the states to received federal aid for old‐age assistance follow the trends in state legislation. Vol Issue 4. April Old Password. New Password.
Too Short Weak Medium Strong Very Strong Too : Marietta Stevenson. Under this scheme financial assistance upto 90% of the project cost is provided to NGOs for establishing and maintaining and maintaining old age homes, day care centres, mobile Medicare units and for providing non-institutional services to older persons.
The sums made available under this section shall be used for making payments to States which have submitted, and had approved by the Social Security Board established by Title VII (hereinafter referred to as the Board), State plans for old-age assistance.
STATE OLD-AGE ASSISTANCE PLANS SEC. (a) A State plan for old-age assistance must (1. Old Age Assistance (OAA) is available for individuals age 65 or older. Eligibility Requirements Eligibility for OAA depends upon income, resources, and living arrangement. old-age assistance, for each quarter, beg&Mac;nning with the quarter commencing July 1, (1) all amount, which shall be used exclusively as oldage assistance, equal to one-half of the total of the sums expended during such quarter as old-age assistance under the State plan with respect to each individual who at the time of such.
DEVELOPMENT OF STATE OLD-AGE ASSISTANCE LAWS. Poor Farms or Almshouses. Transcribed by: Tina Easley. A series of State commissions began almost 30 years ago to investigate the plight of the aged, and shortly thereafter the American Association for Labor Legislation and the fraternal orders led by the Eagles, began to urge legislation on behalf of the needy aged.
Byjust prior to the start of the Great Depression, only 6 states and territories had old-age assistance laws. As the Depression deepened, that number increased, until there were 28 states and 2 territories (Alaska and Hawaii) with old-age assistance programs bymost just enacted in the prior year or two.
The Social Security Administration eliminated age 50 as minimum for qualifying for disability benefits and liberalized the retirement test and the requirement for fully insured status. The first White House Conference on Aging was held in Washington D.C.
Social Security Amendments lowered the retirement age for men from 65 to 62, liberalized the retirement test, and increased File Size: 41KB. Assistance comes in the form of old-age pensions, survivor benefits, family allowances or other supports. In Africa, social welfare programmes were originally developed in the s and s as a safety net for white workers (Dixon, ).
Employer-based contributory pensions were the dominant model. Still today, these. Administered by the Admin. on Aging (AoA), Title III of the Older Americans Act (OAA) is intended to assist individuals age 60 and older by providing supportive services. Title III, Medicaid and Medicare, state, and other sources of funding provide for several types of services, including congregate and home-delivered meals, transportation, and support for caregivers.
Government Old-Age Support and Labor Supply: Evidence from the Old Age Assistance Program Daniel K. Fetter Lee M. Lockwood September 3, Preliminary and Incomplete: Comments Appreciated Abstract A major source of the expansion of governments over the last several decades has been their role in operating social insurance Size: KB.
The Social Security Act passed; provides for Old Age Assistance and Old Age Survivors Insurance. Railroad Retirement Act provided pensions for retired railroad employees and spouses. President Truman initiated the first National Conference on .1. Popul Bull. ;35(4 Supplement) America's elderly: policy implications.
Barberis M. Senior citizens, particularly those aged 75 or older, are the fastest growing group in the US today. 25 million strong, the elderly make up 11% of the total population, the proportion ranging from % in Florida to % in Alaska.
1/4 of the federal budget, $ billion innow goes to their Cited by: 7.According to TITLE [The Public Health and Welfare; Chapter 7. Social Security Act; Title I.
Grants to States For Old-Age Assistance For the Aged], old-age assistance means “money payments to, or (if provided in or after the third month before the month in which the recipient makes application for assistance) medical care in behalf of or any type of remedial care recognized under State.