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Connecticut Legislature approves bill aimed at aging-in-place improvements

The Connecticut Legislature has approved a bill requiring the agencies that employ home health aides and other professionals to provide more well-rounded training and incident responses to issues like harassment as the state aims to ease the process for aging in place among its older residents.

The passage of the law, first reported by regional news publication CTInsider, was prioritized this year by the legislature’s Democratic caucus.

It passed in the Connecticut House of Representatives 143-3, and if ratified by the state Senate and signed into law by Gov. Ned Lamont (D), the law details ⇒

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