well as identifying
public and private strategies for financing long term care.
A program evaluation found significant changes
in knowledge and behavior of older Minnesota women after use
of these educational resources.
focused on examining health care expenditures and financial
burden, out-of-pocket expenditures for home care, and economic
well-being issues impacting elders with chronic disabilities
(Stum, Bauer & Delaney-1993, 1994, 1996, 1998).
Refereed Journal Articles
Stum, M. (2001). Financing long term care: Examining decision
outcomes and systemic influences from the perspective of family
members. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 22(1), 25-53.
Stum, M. (2000).
Later life financial security: Examining the meaning attributed
to goals when coping with long term care. Financial Counseling
and Planning, 11(1), 25-37.
Stum, M. (1998).
The meaning and experience of spending down to Medicaid in
later life. Advancing the Consumer Interest, 10(2), 23-34.
Stum, M., Bauer,
J., & Delaney, P. (1998). Disabled elders out-of-pocket
home care expenses: Examining financial burden. Journal of
Consumer Affairs, 32(1), 82-105.