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Taxonomy Code: LH-0600.9000

Programs that pay for or provide equipment or other products which enhance the ability of people who have visual impairments or other disabilities to see and/or read; or which make television programs, feature films, home videos and other visual media accessible by providing a descriptive narration of key visual elements in these programs.

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SAMS / RAP - Senior Assistance for Materials & Services and Respite Assistance Program - ADRC of Mesa CountyFinancial contribution towards purchase of goods and services in order to meet long term support goals of community independence.Mesa County510 29 1/2 Rd. Grand Junction - Aging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa CountyAging & Disability Resources of Colorado - Mesa County
Senior Equipment and Services Program - Northwest Colorado Options for Long Term CareEquipment and services purchased under program must be related to the safety and/independence of recipient in his/her home. All arrangements must be made by the recipient or someone chosen to act on their behalf. Application approval must take place before a service is provided or materials are purchased. Services that can be purchased with funds include: Homemaker, Chore service, Home maintenance, Home repair or renovation. Equipment and materials include: Smoke detectors, Eyeglasses, Electronic monitoring, Assistive and adaptive devices, Hearing aids, and Dentures. Fund payments will not exceed $400 per calendar year per applicant.Garfield CountyNorthwest Colorado Options for Long Term Care - Northwest Colorado Options for Long Term CareNorthwest Colorado Options for Long Term Care

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