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Monday, May 07, 2012

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Yes. The ombudsman is your representative through a government agency. You don't pay for their help. They are there to serve you.
The other positions you mention, as well as "geriatric care managers" are people who can be very helpful in getting you through all kinds of care but you need to hire them.

Is there any difference between an LTC ombudsman, a nurse navigator, and an elder care specialist?

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