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Begin at city's Aging and Disability Resource Center to find services

8:58 PM, May 6, 2013
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Navigating the labyrinth of services to help care for a disabled or elderly family member can be made easier by starting the process at Marshfield's Aging and Disability Resource Center.

There are many support programs and services available, but access to most is dependent on an ADRC referral, officials from different agencies said during a recent information session held at the Marshfield Public Library.

"It's so important for people to understand that there are resources available and how to access them," said Pam Ironside of Wisconsin Rapids, who organized the informational ...

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