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Washington State Plan on Aging 2010-2014

Government of Washington Washington Department of Social and Health Services, Aging and Disability Services Administration, Home & Community Services Division State Unit on Aging Country Resources Older Persons Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards disability Washington State 31 December 2010 Guidelines community services, dementia

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The plan outlines initiatives and programs Washington has prioritized within the four AoA goals and focus areas of Access to Information and Informed Choice, Home and Community Based Services, Protection of Vulnerable Adults and Prevention of Abuse, and Healthy Aging Programs, Washington specific goals are highlighted in each program area.


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