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Anyone who is blind, disabled or over 65 years old can apply for in-home supportive services in California. Those who meet certain criteria, complete an application and pass the interview receive various types of service... More »

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In-home supportive services are publicly funded home care programs in the United States. The programs help to pay for home assistance services offered to eligible blind, disabled and elderly individuals. More »

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Depending on the aide provider, home health aides may visit as often as recommended by a doctor or as often as needed by the patient. More »

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