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Putting a loved one in a nursing facility has always been a difficult choice for many clients. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, even more clients are viewing this choice only as the last resort. The pandemic spread rampantly through nursing homes, creating significant — and largely justified — fears for those seeking long-term care for loved ones. The result has been a renewed interest in in-home care options.

For many, that means providing care for their loved ones in their own homes and funding home health aides who can help with medical care and with everyday activities such as cooking and cleaning.

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