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Ombudsman Recognizes Volunteers Who Advocate for Older Adults

The Minnesota Office of Ombudsman for Long Term Care is recognizing Minnesotans who volunteer to advocate for the rights of residents in long-term care facilities as part of Resident Rights Month in October. 

“The Office of Ombudsman for Long Term Care cannot function effectively statewide without the help of certified ombudsmen, the volunteers who undergo extensive training and donate their time and skill to help make a positive difference in quality of life for many people,” said Cheryl Hennen, Minnesota Ombudsman for Long Term Care.

To see the list of volunteers who received this honor, read Ombudsman Recognizes Volunteers Who Advocate for Older Adults.

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