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June 13, 2007

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Lisa Reineke RE:Dori Reineke

My 83 Mom who lives in CT is a veteran. She has gone to the VA & elder affairs dept. When she asks about the in home care benefit, they all look at her like she has 3 heads. None of the staff seems to know what she is talking about. Mom is VERY sharp, totally "with it" & is quite able to express herself intelligently. Her health problems, however, are many & we are trying to keep her out of assisted living or a SNF (she currently lives with my sister). Pleased tell me whom in CT my Mom can go to, what rule/regulation she should quote & what is the "buzz word" with these people. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! Lisa

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