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Long-Term Care Ombudsman
West Virginia’s population is aging; federal health officials say 69 percent of people 65 and older will need long-term care. Nationally, millions of direct care workers will be needed, according to the nonprofit PHI.
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Bipartisan bills strengthen support for veterans and military families, establish law enforcement training to assist those with Alzheimer's and dementia
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West Virginia is receiving an extra $558 million in federal funds to improve home- and community-based long-term care services. 
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No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
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Expansion of high speed internet, caregiving, long-term care, health care access among session priority issues
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If you have a loved one currently living in a nursing home, assisted living, or other long-term care facility, sharing your experience will help us fight for you.
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Worried about a parent, spouse, sibling or other loved one in a nursing home? Here are some key questions you need to ask.
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Do you know ways to help keep your aging loved ones from losing money to scams and fraud? We’ll share important information that could help you keep them safe during our free webinar.
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Caring for a parent, spouse, or other loved one can be a 24/7 job that is emotionally, physically and financially difficult. That’s why AARP works tirelessly to support family caregivers, striving to make your big responsibilities a little bit easier.
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