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Aging, disability, mental health groups gathering to discuss workforce shortage 

A wide array of some 200 stakeholders will explore solutions to increase the number of paid helpers for older adults and people with disabilities Tuesday, July 26, at the Direct Care/Support Workforce Summit.

Department seeks parents to serve on Child Support Task Force

Parents’ input is critical to the work of Minnesota’s newly formed Child Support Task Force. The Minnesota Department of Human Services is seeking parents, with past or present child support cases, to serve as members on the task force. 

Savings from Minn. Medicaid reform top $150 million after 3 years

A nationally watched reform initiative in Minnesota’s Medicaid program resulted in savings of more than $150 million over its first three years, as providers across the state developed and implemented innovative approaches to improving health care for low-income people.

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Live Well at Home
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Service providers from across the state share what Live Well at Home grants mean to the people and the communities they serve. Live Well at Home grants support older Minnesotans’ desire to live at home in the community through home and community-based service supports such as chore, caregiving, home modification, and transportation services.

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June Barker, a former foster youth, is working toward a degree in early childhood education with help from the Education and Training Voucher Program.

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