“Seemingly, we are closing the gap in terms of minority access to nursing home beds, but I don’t think that is something to celebrate,” Feng says. “They are really the last resort. Most elders would rather stay in their homes, or some place like home, but not a nursing home unless they have to.”
The study suggests that the growth in the number of minority elders living in nursing homes may be driven largely by demographics and disparities.
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