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Program NameTraining Series for Long Term Care Ombudsmen
Program SummaryTraining Series on identifying system barriers and developing advocacy strategies. Provides for opportunity to network locally.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedDepartment of Aging, Ombudsman, Department of Mental Health, Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections
Funding SourceOlder Americans Act, Title VII
Funding LevelApproximately $2,000 (speaker fees)
Program EstablishedEst. 2003, ongoing
Materials AvailableTraining, Agendas, Meeting Notes
Program Contact NameBeverly Laubert, State Long Term Care Ombudsman
Contact Phone Numberph. 614/466-7922, fax 614/644-5201
ContactEmail[email protected]

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