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Homecare a lifesaver for many seniors, but funding is in jeopardy (access required)

Charles Harper says he wouldn’t know what to do without the extra help he gets in caring for his wife, Charlotte. An aide comes in weekday mornings. But that care could end July 1 if state funding is cut for senior respite care.Charles Harper married his high-school sweetheart, Charlotte, 20 years after graduation. They had ...

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