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Alternative Assistance for Some to Pay for Home Care

As the weather began turning from the glorious warmth of summer to the cold grip of late autumn, Tina and Robert found themselves grappling with too many changes too quickly. In their late 70s, this couple had been married for almost 60 years. High school sweethearts who were the envy of their friends, neighbors, and families for generations, they had worked hard, scrimped and saved while raising their children, and worked later into life, all to have an easy retirement.

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In-Home Care Aide Arrested for Allegedly Stealing from Elderly Client

A home care aide has been arrested outside Baltimore and faces numerous charges related to theft from a client. Adaku Agwu, 31, who lives in Edgewood, faces charges stemming from items she allegedly stole from an elderly client and then sold to a pawn shop in the area. The pawn shop has cooperated with authorities and at least some of the items in question have been confirmed by the client’s daughter to be hers.

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Some IT Vendors Get Insight into the Products They’ve Released in the Home Care Sector

Technology has been predicted to become far more crucial to the in home care industry in the years ahead and it’s already providing some valuable resources to those in need of support and providers seeking ways to reduce costs. There are numerous companies within the IT (Information Technology) sector that are actively innovating new ideas that can improve quality of care, communication, and even safety for elderly and disabled adults at home.

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Connecticut RN Accepts Plea for Charges He Falsified Medicaid Claims

Facing potentially up to 15 years in a New York State prison for Grand Larceny in the Second Degree and other charges, Collins Anyanwu-Mueller agreed to plead guilty to lesser charges in connection with in home health care fraud. The Bridgeport, Connecticut native was in Westchester County Court in White Plains and pleaded guilty to Grand Larceny in the Third Degree.

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