long-term care

(34) The term “long-term care” means any service, care, or item (including an assistive device), including a disease prevention and health promotion service, an in-home service, and a case management service— (A) intended to assist individuals in coping with, and to the extent practicable compensate for, a functional impairment in carrying out activities of daily living; (B) furnished at home, in a community care setting (including a small community care setting as defined in subsection (g)(1), and a large community care setting as defined in subsection (h)(1), of section 1929 of the Social Security Act ( 42 U.S.C. 1396t )), or in a long-term care facility; and (C) not furnished to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure a medical disease or condition.


42 USC § 3002(34)

Scoping language

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