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Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living. Aging Integrated Database (AGID). https://agid.acl.gov/DataGlance/SPR/.Quantitative data is from the State Program Performance Report(SPR) for states that receive federal funds under the Older Americans Act Title III. Data is based off of numbers from "Counts" section under the "Units" tab.

Notes: OAA stands for Older American Act. The purpose of Title III of the OAA is to encourage and assist state and local agencies in the development of comprehensive and coordinated in-home and community based long-term services for older adults (age 60 and older). 

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