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These services also assist the families of seniors with their caregiving duties.
There is a public safety need to disclose whether criminal history background screenings have been performed and to increase public awareness of the possible risks associated with Internet dating, Internet child care, Internet senior care, and Internet home care activities.
The primary purpose of this Act is to enhance the safety of individuals who use an Internet service to facilitate dating, child care, senior care, or home care.
Each Area Agency on Aging contracts with an Information and Assistance (I&A) provider who assesses the needs of the individual calling for assistance, links the caller to specific services, and then provides follow-up to ensure, when possible, that the needed services were received.
Staffed by both professionals and volunteers, these I&A's give accurate and up-to-date information to seniors and their families about programs and services in their community.