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Blog entries by Bea Rector

Bea Rector
Bea Rector is the Director of the Home and Community Services (HCS) Division within the Aging and Long-Term Support Administration in Washington State’s Department of Social and Health Services.  She has held a number of leadership positions within the division responsible for planning and administering federal and state services for individuals with disabilities, older adults and their caregivers for twenty years. Prior to that, she spent the first ten years of her career at a large non-profit home care agency.
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Washington States First of Its Kind Solution to Help People Pay for Long Term Services and Supports

By: Bea Rector, September 25, 2020

As a result of the continual growth in our nation’s aging population, it is expected that 7 out of 10 older adults will at some point need help with daily living activities such as medication management, transportation, and meal preparation....

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How Washington State Uses Already-Available Data to Evaluate Rebalancing of Long-Term Services and Supports

By: Bea Rector, November 26, 2019

This blog is part of a series of posts being produced periodically in advance of the 2020 release of the next Long-Term Services and Supports State Scorecard. As the population ages and the number of people needing long-term services and...

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Washington State's Success with Long-Term Services and Supports

By: Bea Rector, April 23, 2019

This blog is part of a series of posts being produced periodically in advance of the 2020 release of the next Long-Term Services and Supports State Scorecard. Washington State has consistently ranked among top-performing states in the AARP Long-Term Services...