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July 2001

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

AoA Funds Available for Innovative Caregiver Projects.

The Administration on Aging (AoA) of the Department of Health and Human Services announced on June 18th the availability of approximately $6 million for innovative programs to help families and informal caregivers of older persons and grandparents as well as older relatives who are caregivers of children.

“These exciting new projects will develop and test unique or improved approaches for serving caregivers and help us to evaluate the effectiveness of state and local programs, disseminate the results and incorporate successful approaches to the diverse and dynamic challenges of caregiving,” said Norman L. Thompson, Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging.

Applications for the National Innovation Caregiver Programs are available on the AoA web site at:, or by contacting the AoA Office of Program Development at (202) 619-0011.


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