Samuel E Shore's research while affiliated with University of Illinois at Chicago and other places

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Objective:: Self-directed care allows individuals with disabilities and elderly persons to control public funds to purchase goods and services that help them remain outside institutional settings. This study examined effects on outcomes, service costs, and user satisfaction among adults with serious mental illness. Methods:: Public mental health...
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This article describes a public-academic collaboration between a university research center and the Texas state mental health authority to design and evaluate a unique "money follows the person" model called self-directed care (SDC). SDC programs give participants control over public funds to purchase services and supports for their own recovery. T...
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This article describes the use of evidence-based practice along with a multi-stakeholder consensus process to design the psychosocial rehabilitation components in a benefit package of publicly funded mental health services in Texas. The Texas Benefit Design initiative demonstrates how the combination of science and consensus can be used as a powerf...

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... The full quality assessment is detailed in Tables S8 and S9. A commonly adopted criterion for grading article quality assigns a quality grade based on the total score, as follows: excellent (24)(25)(26)(27)(28), good (19)(20)(21)(22)(23), fair (14)(15)(16)(17)(18), or poor (<14) [14]. Of the 33 articles assessed, 1 was of excellent quality, 10 were deemed to be of good quality, 12 were classified as fair, and 10 were classified as poor quality. ...
... Participatory research procedures are a good fit for research regarding disabled people because their use engages community members in a manner that integrates civil rights and is respectful of their dignity (McDonald and Raymaker 2013;Ollerton and Horsfall 2013). Disabled people have engaged in participatory research in a variety of fields, ranging from self-directed care programs (Cook et al. 2010) to public transportation barriers (König et al. 2021) and poverty (Buettgen et al. 2012). Furthermore, some inclusive research groups have extensive collaboration histories (i.e. ...
... Initially, standardized treatment protocols may have been designed to create stability across facets of client holistic functioning. In 2004, Texas revamped its previous system of treatment delivery by implementing a standardized assessment to identify services that would address individuals' needs (Cook, Toprac, & Shore, 2004). Often, the first line of defense is medication management and case coordination for individuals diagnosed with SMI (Lopez & Basco, 2015), suggesting the intent of community mental health treatment, at least for those involved in the standardized treatment protocol, is to ensure stability of clients' symptoms while navigating the complexities associated with SMI. ...