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Recognizing the importance of caregivers, DSHS launches new services


November 8, 2017

As Washington celebrates National Family Caregiver month, recognizing the incredible work of more than 830,000 Washingtonians who provide care to their loved ones, the Department of Social and Health Services is announcing the availability of new services and supports for caregivers.

“We are so proud to provide these new options to the people of Washington,” said Aging and Long-Term Support Administration Assistant Secretary Bill Moss. “We know most people want to stay at home while they age and their family members want to help them stay at home. We are the first state in the country to support caregivers on this scale and we know it has the potential to truly transform the lives o...

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