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Preference for long-term care (LTC) location among community-dwelling elders was assessed using short-and long-term disability scenarios (/V= 537). Using Wilcoxon rank sum tests, we assessed differences in perceptions of financial difficulty, family strain, and personal stress by predisposing, enabling, and need factors. Using logistic regression we determined which factors were predictive of preference for LTC location. Frail and poor elders and those who lived alone had more financial anddoi:10.1093/geront/39.3.334 pmid:10396891 fatcat:z2blbqk3zfajrhxsizggfxjmg4