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We investigate, resolve and/or refer complaints to the appropriate agency. Rehabilitation requires the efforts of many experienced professionals. Pursuant to requirements of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, the methodology has changed to a prospective payment system, referred to as "PPS." We assist a resident to maximize his/her remaining strengths and abilities to achieve optimum function. If the policy benefits are not used within a set period of time, say ten years, the buyer receives a portion of the premium back.
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