Aging and Adult Services works to promote the independence and enhance the dignity of North Carolina's older adults, persons with disabilities and their families, through a community based system of opportunities, services, benefits and protections. North Carolina's nursing home inspection information is part of DHHS's ongoing effort to provide information to citizens and family members faced with difficult health care decisions. Senior centers are facilities that provide older adults with services and activities that respond to their needs. Adult Care Homes.
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NCDHHS: Aging and Adult Services
Long Term Care Ombudsmen assist residents of long term care facilities in exercising their rights and attempt to resolve grievances between residents, families and facilities. The Division of Aging and Adult Services works to promote the independence and enhance the dignity of North Carolina's older adults, persons with disabilities and their families through a community based system of opportunities, services, benefits and protections. Skip to main content. Aging and Adult Services. Long Term Care Ombudsman Long Term Care Ombudsmen assist residents of long term care facilities in exercising their rights and attempt to resolve grievances between residents, families and facilities.
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When Can Children Be Tried as Adults in NC?
Most parents dread late night or early morning phone calls which inform them that their son or daughter has been arrested. The nightmare is much worse if the child is in custody for a felony or another serious crime. Juvenile courts use methods like community service, education, and supervision to keep the juvenile from re-offending. In contrast, the adult justice system serves only to punish offenders, at least for the most part. In North Carolina, children between ages six and 17 can be considered juvenile delinquents and treated as such.