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NCPC whiteThe National Care Planning Council is the most comprehensive resource for Eldercare (Senior Care), Long-Term Care Planning, and Care Resource Planning anywhere. From its inception, the goal of the National Care Planning Council has been to educate the public on the importance of long-term care and care resource planning. We are committed to raising awareness and providing information on common eldercare issues. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for the elderly and their families are at the heart of our services.

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