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Shaping the Future of Long-Term Care

Aging and Disability Resource Centers and the Role of Title III.B Attorneys

By Gene Coffey

Ensuring access to long-term care services in community-based rather than in institutional settings is a goal of many advocates and aging clients. The “aging and disability resource centers” that are emerging nationwide are vital in accomplishing this goal. These centers can offer single points of entry for consumer information on long-term care.

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