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More than one million veterans will be eligible for taxpayer-funded nursing home services within the next five years, according to the latest estimates from federal administrators trying to balance the costs of institutional care with alternative options allowing those individuals to stay in their homes.
Federal officials say that a major university health care system will change its ways after denying a person with intellectual disability the opportunity to be placed on a transplant list.
Nursing homes are going to need a crash course in the disposal of hazardous materials following a recent law change.
In a recent survey, Legg Mason found that a 32% of Americans are “very confident” that they will have enough money for a comfortable retirement.
Many high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) dream of going to college, but historically, for most of them, that dream has been dashed against hard realities - colleges were not ready for them, and many people believed they could not function there.
It raises enough new revenue to more than restore long-run balance.
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