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People of any age may need the assistance of a direct care worker if they cannot perform tasks of daily living by themselves because of an impairment or disability.  

Did you know?
> 60 percent of people ages 65 and older will need direct care
   at some point in their lives. By 2030, that will mean an 
   estimated 1.3 million people in Arizona will need direct care
   either at home or in a group or institutional setting.

> Thousands of adults and children with physical or
   developmental disabilities are in community-based programs
   that provide day-to-day personal care, transportation,  
   residential and other essential services.

> More than 100,000 people across the state are served in 
   home or community based settings.

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