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DSHS rolls out two new caregiver support services

Ultimately, programs aim to help seniors stay in homes. The Washington state Department of Social and Health Services has rolled out new services for unpaid caregivers. Bea Rector, Olympia-based director of the home and community services division within the Aging and Long Term Support Administration of DSHS, says the services are designed to help at-home clients and care recipients and may also have financial savings. Like the Family Caregiver Support Program, Aging & Long Term Care of Eastern Washington subcontracts MAC and TSOA assessments and resources through Elder Services of Spokane, a division of Frontier Behavioral Health.

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