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April 2001

Editor: Scott Gottlieb, CPA
Assistant editor: Susan A. Maffetone, CPA

Are you an elder caregiver?

The U.S. Department of Human Health and Resources announced on February 15th the approval of the release of $113 million in grants to states under the new National Family Caregiver Support Program, which helps family members provide care for the elderly at home.

The grants will be used by states to run programs that provide critical support, including home and community-based services, to help families maintain their caregiver roles.

In January, the department’s Administration on Aging (AoA) issued comprehensive program guidance to states and has been providing technical assistance as states provide needed information for the grant program. AoA’s Web site includes a description of the program and a list of frequently asked questions about the Older Americans Act and the new caregiver program (


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