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Madison House

1120 N First St, Norfolk, NE 68701 | 1.1 milesfrom Norfolk center

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly

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Provides: Assisted Living

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Madison House is the preferred Assisted Living community in Norfolk, Nebraska. Madison House offers residents a caring atmosphere, an active community, and a comfortable life. We would love for you to visit us with your family and loved ones and see for yourself! With Madison House's convenient...

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Beauty Salon

Enclosed Courtyard

4.8(2 reviews)

My mother is still adjusting to the changes but from what I have seen I believe it been a good fit. The staff is nice, and from my conversations with them, I feel they are accommodating. The place is always...

Cottonwood Place

3271 29th Avenue, Columbus, NE 68601 | 40.6 milesfrom Norfolk center

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly

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Provides: Assisted Living

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Cottonwood Place is located in a quiet residential neighborhood in the friendly town of Columbus, Nebraska. We are about four blocks north of Glur Park. In 2012 and 2014 we won the Best Assisted Living Facility in Columbus award and in 2013 we won the Certificate of Achievement for Exceptional...

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Beauty Salon

Enclosed Courtyard

4.6(13 reviews)

Our loved one is really enjoying the meals and dining service, she likes how the food is served on real plates, with nice silverware and nice glasses. When she is able to take advantage and participate in...

Kinship Pointe Wayne

1500 Vintage Hill Dr, Wayne, NE 68787 | 26 milesfrom Norfolk center

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly

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Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living

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It’s not downsizing your home; it’s upsizing your possibilities. At Kinship Pointe, you can have the worry-free lifestyle you deserve. With independent living and assisted living both on one campus, it makes the transition between care levels easy if you need it later. And you and your spouse can...

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Beauty Salon

Enclosed Courtyard

4.6(9 reviews)

The meals sometimes can be a hit or a miss but the kitchen staff have just been wonderful. There are a lot of activities for us to do during the day and we do think the value for cost is pretty good.

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Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living

Beauty Salon

Guest meals

4.8(4 reviews)

Because my own home would be better, I didn't give 5 stars. The meals are good, the help is helpful and friendly and most everyone calls me by my first name. I'm forgetful and was unable to cook for myself...

The Meadows

500 S 18th St, Norfolk, NE 68701 | (< 1 mile)from Norfolk center

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Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living

Life is full at The Meadows, where friends share ice cream parlor treats, stroll the beautiful enclosedcourtyard, enjoy our beautiful sunroom, play games or cozy into their own peaceful apartment homes. We offer independent and assisted living apartments in Norfolk, Nebraska. Enjoy peace of mind...

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Guest meals

Private Dining Room

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Edgewood Vista Norfolk

1109 Passewalk Avenue, Norfolk, NE 68701 | (< 1 mile)from Norfolk center

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Provides: Memory Care

Welcome to Edgewood Vista in Norfolk!Edgewood’s Memory Care in Norfolk is a welcoming community completely focused on providing familiarity, compassion, appropriate support and care. Residents live safely and comfortably in a home-like environment. Edgewood in Norfolk also provides day care...

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The Norfolk Homestead, LLC

3614 Koenigstein Ave, Norfolk, NE 68701 | 2.2 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

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As we turn the pages of our lives – growing up, working, experiencing loves and losses, raising our own children – we all experience times when we need a little extra help. At Homestead, we have created an environment which combines and celebrates these memorable aspects of life and creates new...

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Norfolk Care And Rehabilitation Center, LLC

1900 Vicki Lane, Norfolk, NE 68701 | (< 1 mile)from Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living

What kind of healthcare are you looking for -- long-term nursing services? a little help with day-to-day activities? specialized care for a loved one showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease? Regardless of the level of care you need, our goal is to provide dignified, personal care assistance in a...

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Edgewood Vista Columbus

3386 53rd Avenue, Columbus, NE 68601 | 40.4 milesfrom Norfolk center

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Provides: Memory Care

Welcome to Edgewood Vista in Columbus! Edgewood's Memory Care in Columbus is a welcoming community completely focused on providing familiarity, compassion, appropriate support and care. Residents live safely and comfortably in a home-like environment. Edgewood in Columbus also provides day care...

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5.0(1 review)

Dad likes the food at Edgewood. The staff have been pretty good at taking care of him and they respond to our questions. The community is clean and well maintained. They offer a variety of activities.

Clarkson Community Care Center

212 Sunrise Drive, Clarkson, NE 68629 | 26 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living

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What kind of healthcare are you looking for -- long-term nursing services? a little help with day-to-day activities? specialized care for a loved one showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease? Regardless of the level of care you need, our goal is to provide dignified, personal care assistance in a...

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Wisner Manor

1105 9th St, Wisner, NE 68791 | 26.4 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

Hillcrest Care Ctr

702 Cedar Ave, Laurel, NE 68745 | 31.9 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

Golden LivingCenter - Wasau

703 South Vivian Street, Wasau, NE 68786 | 32.5 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes

Nursing homes are many things to many people. Whatever your needs, our goal is to provide compassionate nursing care in a clean, comfortable setting where you will feel at home. Individualized attention begins as soon as you are admitted, and our skilled nurses meet with you regularly to discuss...

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Golden LivingCenter - Columbus

2855 40th Avenue, Columbus, NE 68601 | 40.9 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, Memory Care

What kind of healthcare are you looking for -- long-term nursing services? a little help with day-to-day activities? specialized care for a loved one showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease? Regardless of the level of care you need, our goal is to provide dignified, personal care assistance in a...

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Golden LivingCenter - Schuyler

2023 Colfax Street, Schuyler, NE 68661 | 43.9 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living

What kind of healthcare are you looking for -- long-term nursing services? a little help with day-to-day activities? specialized care for a loved one showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease? Regardless of the level of care you need, our goal is to provide dignified, personal care assistance in a...

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Countryside Home Assisted Living

703 N. Main Street, Madison, NE 68748 | 13.6 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

Countryside Home assisted living community located near where Union and Taylor Creeks meet in Madison, NE. We take full advantage of our picturesque location and the tranquility of the surroundings to offer our residents the very best in assisted living care. Visiting relatives can relax in...

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Golden LivingCenter - Neligh

1100 North T Street, Neligh, NE 68756 | 32.5 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Nursing Homes

Nursing homes are many things to many people. Whatever your needs, our goal is to provide compassionate nursing care in a clean, comfortable setting where you will feel at home. Individualized attention begins as soon as you are admitted, and our skilled nurses meet with you regularly to discuss...

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Harmony Homes

827 W Columbia St, Albion, NE 68620 | 38.3 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

Genoa Community Hosp/Ltc

606 Ewing Ave, Genoa, NE 68640 | 43.8 milesfrom Norfolk center

Provides: Assisted Living

4.5(1 review)

Everything is included in the price, and it is very affordable. It is very nice and they even don't charge for medicine.

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FAQs

Do dementia sufferers have to pay care home fees? ›

In most cases, the person with dementia will be expected to pay towards the cost. Social services can also provide a list of care homes that should meet the needs identified during the assessment.

What are the 3 most common complaints about nursing homes? ›

What Are the Three Most Common Complaints About Nursing Homes?
  • Slow Response Times. By far, the most common complaint in many nursing homes is that staff members are slow to respond to the needs of residents. ...
  • Poor Quality Food. ...
  • Social Isolation. ...
  • When Complaints Turn into a Dangerous Situation.
29 Dec 2021

Where is the best place for someone with dementia? ›

Where is the best place for someone with dementia?
  • In-home care. Most dementia patients prefer to stay in their own home as long as possible. ...
  • Adult day care programs. ...
  • Adult family homes. ...
  • Continuing care retirement communities. ...
  • Nursing home facilities. ...
  • Memory care units.
30 Apr 2021

What is the difference between care home and nursing home? ›

Individuals in a residential care home need support with their personal care, and they might want a break from day-to-day tasks like cleaning and cooking. Residents in a nursing home will have a range of medical needs, and nurses provide medical care 24 hours a day.

Why do dementia patients refuse care? ›

Lack of insight often results in resistance to care, a failure to admit they need assistance and refusal to accept it. Most caregivers for dementia patients will encounter the problem of resistance to care at some point, typically in the early and middle stages of the disease.

Do I have to sell my mom's house to pay for her care? ›

The simple answer to this is no – you cannot be forced to sell your home to pay for care. But many people will have to contribute to the cost of their care in later life or even meet the full cost.

What are the odds of ending up in a nursing home? ›

1: Very few people end up using long-term care. This study by researchers from the National Bureau of Economic Research estimates that a 50-year-old has a 53 to 59% chance of entering a nursing home during his or her lifetime.

What is the most common abuse in nursing homes? ›

According to data from the NCEA, emotional abuse is by far the most common type of abuse in the nursing home setting.

When should a person with dementia go into a home? ›

If a person's dementia has progressed far enough that they need more care and support than you can provide, it may be time for them to go into a care home. At this point, they may need 24-hour care. Dementia is progressive, meaning the person with the condition will require more care and support as time goes on.

When should someone with dementia be placed in a nursing home? ›

Generally, a senior with dementia should go into a care home if you're struggling to meet their needs and your mental and physical health as a caregiver are at risk. Importantly, the safety of your loved one should be a key factor in deciding whether it's time for memory care.

Are dementia patients better in their own home? ›

For those with dementia, staying in a familiar environment unearths several benefits for home care. This reduces anxiety and confusion as the client remains in a familiar routine. Additionally, being familiar with the layout and surroundings of the close environment increases safety, comfort and awareness.

Do people live longer at home or nursing home? ›

However, new research suggests people who live at home (“live in place”) or at an independent living facility may be more likely to live longer and healthier without needing to be transferred to a nursing home.

What is the average length of stay in a care home? ›

The survey found that 72% of new admissions had died after 42 months. The median length of stay was 19.6 months for all admissions. Median length of stay for people admitted to nursing beds was 11.9 months and for residential beds it was 26.8 months.

What is the average age to go into a care home? ›

If they are to continue, the average age of someone going into a care home in 2025 will be 80 and by 2030 it will be just 75. Get in touch to see how we can help you...

Why do dementia patients refuse to bathe? ›

Bathing can be a challenge because people living with Alzheimer's may be uncomfortable receiving assistance with such an intimate activity. They may also have depth perception problems that make it scary to step into water. They may not perceive a need to bathe or may find it a cold, uncomfortable experience.

What does it mean when a dementia patient says I want to go home? ›

Often when a person with dementia asks to go home it refers to the sense of home rather than home itself. 'Home' may represent memories of a time or place that was comfortable and secure and where they felt relaxed and happier. It could also be an indefinable place that may not physically exist.

What do dementia patients think about? ›

People with dementia think about the same things that any human thinks about — emotions, relationships, daily life, tasks to accomplish, and more. Receiving a life-changing diagnosis of dementia does not strip a person of their humanity and personhood.

What does the 86000 cap mean? ›

On 7 September 2021 the Prime Minister announced that from October 2023, the government will introduce a new £86,000 cap on the amount anyone in England will need to spend on their personal care over their lifetime. The reform will improve how social care in England is paid for and what care users should contribute.

How much money can you keep after care home fees? ›

You are allowed to keep a minimum of £25.65 each week for your own personal use.

What happens when elderly parent runs out of money? ›

If an elderly person has no money and no family to assist them, and they encounter a health emergency that prevents them from living alone, they may become a ward of the state. A guardian will be assigned to help make decisions about their living situation.

What is the average length of time someone lives in a nursing home? ›

Once in a nursing home, about half of residents stay for at least a year, while 21 percent live there for almost five years, according to the Health in Aging Foundation.

What is the average length of stay in long-term care? ›

How long will I need long-term care? According to the latest AOA research, the average woman needs long-term care services for 3.7 years, and the average man for 2.2 years.

Does dementia get worse in a nursing home? ›

People with Alzheimer's disease or a similar dementia are at an increased risk for falls, delirium, and other negative conditions once they have become residents of nursing homes.

What state has the highest rated nursing homes? ›

The ratings showed that California has the most high-performing nursing homes, with 206 short-term care and 148 long-term care facilities getting a high-performance rating. Florida, Pennsylvania, and Texas were also states noted as having the highest-performing nursing homes in both short-term and long-term care.

What questions should I ask at a nursing home? ›

Are the nursing home and current administrator licensed in my state? Does the nursing home have a bed available? Does the nursing home offer specialized services, like a special care unit for a resident with dementia or ventilator care? Is the nursing home located close enough for friends and family to visit?

What is the best nursing care? ›

Best Skilled Nursing Facilities of 2022
  • Best Overall: ProMedica Senior Care.
  • Best for Long-Term Care Services: Life Care Centers of America.
  • Best for Range of Services: Good Samaritan Society.
  • Best for Medicare: Brookdale Senior Living.
  • Best for Medicaid: The Ensign Group.
27 Aug 2021

What are three 3 signs that may indicate that elder abuse is taking place at a healthcare facility? ›

General Evidence of Abuse
  • Having unexplained broken bones, dislocations or sprains.
  • Bruising, scars or welts seen on the body.
  • Failing to take medications properly.
  • Signs of restraint, such as rope marks on the elder's wrist.
  • Broken eyeglasses.
  • The refusal of the caregiver to let you be alone with the elderly person.
3 Mar 2021

What are 5 signs of elder abuse? ›

Watch for these signs of abuse:
  • Seems depressed, confused, or withdrawn.
  • Isolated from friends and family.
  • Has unexplained bruises, burns, or scars.
  • Appears dirty, underfed, dehydrated, over-or undermedicated, or not receiving needed care for medical problems.
  • Has bed sores or other preventable conditions.

Which patient is at the highest risk for elder abuse? ›

Those at the greatest risk for elder abuse are home-bound elders, women, individuals older than 80, and those who live in isolated conditions.

How do you make a dementia patient happy? ›

Do something personal.
  1. Give the person a hand massage with lotion.
  2. Brush his or her hair.
  3. Give the person a manicure.
  4. Take photos of the person and make a collage.
  5. Encourage the person to talk more about subjects they enjoy.
  6. Make a family tree posterboard.

What stage of dementia is anger? ›

Is there an anger stage of dementia? Not really. A person with dementia will progress through the stages of dementia but the changes have to do with level of functioning, not with anger. That being said, we can cause a person with dementia to be angry without realizing it.

Who is responsible for a person with dementia? ›

Conservator: A person appointed by the court to make decisions on behalf of the person living with dementia; referred to as the guardian in some states.

What facility is best for dementia patients? ›

Residential Care
  • Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs)—a home, apartment, or room in a retirement community where people with Alzheimer's can live and get care. ...
  • Assisted living facilities—a facility with rooms or apartments for people who may need some help with daily tasks.

What is the best care for dementia patients? ›

Reduce frustrations
  • Schedule wisely. Establish a daily routine. ...
  • Take your time. Anticipate that tasks may take longer than they used to and schedule more time for them. ...
  • Involve the person. ...
  • Provide choices. ...
  • Provide simple instructions. ...
  • Limit napping. ...
  • Reduce distractions.

Can dementia patient be kicked out of nursing home? ›

The short answer is no; nursing homes are legally prohibited from kicking out patients.

Should dementia patients watch TV? ›

For men and women with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, it can be especially beneficial. Watching movies and TV shows can help keep their brain active, which can stimulate positive memories, improve mood, and even increase socialization.

What causes death of Alzheimer's patients? ›

In advanced stages of the disease, complications from severe loss of brain function — such as dehydration, malnutrition or infection — result in death.

What is the average time spent in a nursing home before death? ›

The median length of stay for nursing home residents is 5 months, and 53% of residents die within 6 months of admission. ... ... The median length of stay for nursing home residents is 5 months, and 53% of residents die within 6 months of admission. The median stay is longer for women (8 months vs.

Is a nursing home better than a care home? ›

The main difference is that a nursing home always has a qualified nurse on-site to provide medical care. Both nursing homes and residential care homes provide care and support 24 hours a day, however, the main difference is that a nursing home is able to provide a higher level of care.

Do the elderly deteriorate in care homes? ›

Moving into a care home can be a difficult time for new residents and their families. They have often had to give up and move away from their lifetime home, leaving families and communities behind. They are likely to be adjusting to significant deterioration in health and functional status.

Do relatives have to pay for care homes? ›

You're not obligated under any law to pay for any family member's fee. This applies to your parents, wife, husband, or relatives by law. Unless you append your signature with the care provider promising to pay the fees, you're not legally obliged to pay.

How do you know when it's time to put someone in a nursing home? ›

Here are 9 signs to consider when trying to decide if it's time to find a nursing home for your loved one.
  • Safety at Home Becomes a Concern. ...
  • The Home Is in Disarray. ...
  • Personal Hygiene Is Harder to Maintain. ...
  • Eating and Sleeping Habits Have Changed. ...
  • Mobility Changed. ...
  • Medication Isn't Being Taken. ...
  • Conditions Have Gotten Worse.
9 Nov 2018

Do you pay for the first 12 weeks in a care home? ›

However, you should note that you still have to pay towards the cost of your care during the first 12 weeks, even if you are claiming Income Support or Pension Credit.

Who decides when someone needs to go into a care home? ›

A care home may be the best option if you or someone you know: is struggling to live alone – even with help from friends, family or paid carers. had a needs assessment that suggested a care home is the best choice. has a complex medical condition that needs specialist attention during the day and night.

Can I be held responsible for my parent's care home fees? ›

Legally, you are not obliged to pay for your family member's fees. Whether they are your mother or wife, blood relative or relative by law, unless you have any joint assets or contracts you are not financially involved in their care.

How can I avoid paying for dementia care? ›

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  1. Care Annuity. Deferred Payment Schemes. Widow's Pensions and the Bereavement Allowance. Defined Benefit Pension Scheme. Pension Transfer Advice. Defined Contribution Pension Schemes. Defined Contribution Pension Schemes. ...
  2. Protective Property Trust.
  3. Paying for Care.

What is the 12 week disregard for care home fees? ›

There is a 12-week disregard from the day you first become a permanent care home resident, giving you time to decide how to use your property to pay care fees. In other circumstances, the local authority has a discretion to disregard property.

What benefits can you claim if you have dementia? ›

Other benefits you may be eligible for include Income Support, Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction and Pension Credit.

Can I put my house in my children's name? ›

As a homeowner, you are permitted to give your property to your children at any time, even if you live in it. But there are a few things you should be aware of being signing over the family home.

How much savings can you have before you have to pay for care? ›

Your income should include any Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) benefits and pensions you receive. We don't take into account the first £14,250 of your capital. If you have savings of over £23,250, or you do not want to give us details of your finances, you will have to pay the full cost of your stay.

How can I protect my money before going to a nursing home? ›

How to Protect Your Assets from Nursing Home Costs
  1. Purchase Long-Term Care Insurance. ...
  2. Purchase a Medicaid-Compliant Annuity. ...
  3. Form a Life Estate. ...
  4. Put Your Assets in an Irrevocable Trust. ...
  5. Start Saving Statements and Receipts.
27 Jul 2022

What happens when a dementia patient runs out of money? ›

Exactly what happens to elderly adults with no money? In most states, Medicaid will pay for a nursing home for up to 100 days. But the grim reality is that elderly folks who run out of funding in an assisted living facility will get evicted. That's a common experience and a potentially traumatic one.

Is the first 12 weeks in a care home free? ›

If you need to live in a care home permanently, you might be entitled to a 12 weeks period during which the value of your home will not be taken into account by your local authority when assessing your ability to pay.

How can I lower my nursing home costs? ›

You have several options to help cover the costs of long-term care, including one or more of the following:
  1. Savings.
  2. Investments.
  3. Long-term care insurance.
  4. Federal and state long-term care insurance programs.
  5. Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance benefits.
  6. Medicare.
  7. Medicaid.

What assets are taken into account for care home fees? ›

As part of the means test, assets taken into account for care home fees include savings, investments, property (including property that you own overseas) and business assets.

Can you negotiate care home fees? ›

Help With Negotiating Care Home Fees

It is possible to ask the Local Authority to negotiate with a care home and pay the fees direct to them. The Local Authority will then ask for full reimbursement from you if you are paying the fees.

Who is responsible for care home fees after death? ›

Paying Fees After Death

Next of kin will not have to pay this, but instead it will be taken from the person's estate. If this person had a Deferred Payment Agreement, the amount due becomes a debt owed by their estate, due within 90 days after their death.

Can you still drive if you have dementia? ›

A diagnosis of dementia is not in itself a reason to stop driving. One in three people with dementia still drives. However, over time, dementia affects the skills needed for safe driving.

What does Medicare cover if you have dementia? ›

Medicare covers inpatient hospital care and some of the doctors' fees and other medical items for people with Alzheimer's or dementia who are age 65 or older. Medicare Part D also covers many prescription drugs. Medicare will pay for up to 100 days of skilled nursing home care under limited circumstances.

What benefits can I get for looking after my mother? ›

Benefits you can claim as a carer
  • Carer's Allowance.
  • Carer's Credit.
  • Carer Premium.
  • Pension Credit.
  • Local welfare assistance.
  • Other benefits you might be able to claim.
  • Other schemes and entitlements.
  • Where to get help and advice about benefits.

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