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Review of Reviews: “Preparing to Age in Place: The Role of Medicaid Waivers in Elder Abuse Prevention,” 28 Annals of Health Law 195 (2019)

Tara Sklar, professor of health law and director of the Graduate Health Sciences programs at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law in Tucson, Ariz., and Rachel Zuraw, L.L.M. student at the University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif.

The concept of the article titled, “Preparing to Age in Place: The Role of Medicaid Waivers in Elder Abuse Prevention” seems to be a stretch to the average practitioner, as the title implies a connection among aging in place, Medicaid waiver programs and elder abuse. While perhaps there could be some connection among these three concepts, the article never explains the concept of aging in place, what’s needed to age in place or how “elder abuse” is defined. Without having knowledge of those

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