Stories of Long-Term Care Ombudsman Volunteers

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As part of the Administration on Aging’s Civic Engagement Initiative, these stories offer a closer look at inspiring volunteers that support the Aging Services Network, many of whom have volunteered for over a decade.

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  • Review the Stories of Long-Term Care Ombudsman Volunteers and consider developing and sharing similar stories of your own volunteers with prospective recruits by highlighting them on your volunteer recruitment page.
  • Check out the remainder of the Administration on Aging’s Civic Engagement Initiative website to read volunteer stories from other programs and to gather more information for stakeholders interested in volunteerism in the Aging Services Network.
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