Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 2000
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Zintl Award call for nominations
Deadline extended for insurance
Alternative medicine funded
U.Va. seeks to bolster study abroad
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Looking to the stars
U.Va. Women's Center celebrates 10th anniversary --
Eminent alumnae to offer advice to new U.S. president

Deadline extended for insurance

Employees interested in the state's new insurance option for long-term care through Aetna U.S. Healthcare have until Dec. 1 to enroll. Long-term care refers to a wide range of personal care, health care and social services for people of all ages who can no longer care for themselves. Under the plan, individuals receive financial support for assistance with normal activities such as eating, dressing and getting in and out of bed, whether at home or in a nursing home. It is not the same as long-term disability, which provides a percentage of an employee's salary. For information, call Aetna at their toll-free number, 1-877-894-2470, or visit the Web site at http://www.aetnaushc.com/custom/group/commonwealthva


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