Preference Based Living aims to provide practitioners, researchers, advocates and policymakers with tools and research essential to advance the practice and science of person-centered, preference-based care across long-term services and supports settings.
We have organized our comprehensive resources and research publications to align with your role in improving care for older adults. Select from these options:
- Practitioners — tools, tip sheets, webinars, training videos, activity protocols, and other practical resources related to preference assessment, care delivery and quality improvement.
- Researchers – publications on theory, assessment, care delivery and quality measurement in preference-based care.
- Advocates – guidance on how guardians, family members and others can advocate for preference-based care.
- Policymakers – insights on policy and programmatic initiatives to promote preference-based care in long-term services and supports at the state and national level.
Along with finding information geared to your specific vantage point, we hope you will explore all sections of the website. Caring for older adults is an interdisciplinary and ever evolving field. Sharing learning and experience from diverse perspectives continuously informs and enriches our collective progress on the road to better care for every older adult.