Know the Ins and Outs of Live-In Aides

March 28, 2010
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From time to time, you may be asked by a resident to approve the addition of a “live-in aide” to his household. Reasons for the aide vary. The resident may have a disability and need help with day-to-day living. An elderly resident may need an aide for assistance and companionship to continue living independently. Federal law says that you are required to consider the request and, upon verification of the reason for the request, okay it as a “reasonable accommodation.”

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