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State Plan on Aging: 2011 - 2015

State of Rhode Island Department of Elderly Affairs Country Resources Older Persons General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Rhode Island 31 December 2011 Guidelines community services, dementia, Older Persons, residential care

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The plan describes the mission and strategies of Rhode Island's State Unit on Aging (SUA) to coordinate services for older adults. The Plan contains information on aging demographics, the mission for the duration of the plan, and sets out goals to empower older adults to be more independent, promote wellness, and expand home and community-based services.

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