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Seek an Ombudsman

Thousands of older Ohioans and adults with disabilities receive care and help with everyday activities. They may be served by staff in a long-term care facility, like a nursing home or residential care facility (also known as assisted living). Or, they may hire an individual or agency to provide care services for them in their home. Consumers of long-term care in Ohio have an advocate in the Ohio Department of Aging's Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.