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"A partnership of the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services and UNL's Center on Children, Families, and the Law, UNL Extension at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. When there is someone in your family with special needs, you may find yourself looking for answers. is Nebraska’s support and information connection for families and professionals seeking assistance. This web site is a collection of articles, resources and referrals organized by target group including: Assisted Living, Eldercare, Foster & Adoptive Families, Long Term Care Planning, Medically Handicapped Children’s Program, Medicare, School Health, and Special Needs. The Answers4Families content staff* continuously reviews the site for accuracy and timeliness.  Here at Answers4Families, our mission is to provide information, opportunities for dialogue, education, and support to Nebraskans with special needs and their families; by developing and providing Internet resources; and by encouraging others to do the same. We participate in the following external, independent programs:
Health on the Net:
Answers4Families subscribes to the HONcode principles of the Health On the Net (HON) Foundation. The HONcode addresses the reliability and credibility of medical and health information. HON is an international initiative and non-profit organization, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The HON Foundation is dedicated to realizing the benefits of the Internet and related technologies in the fields of medicine and health care.
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W3C Compliance:
Answers4Families is working diligently to become 100% W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) compliant. In order for the Web to reach its full potential, the most fundamental Web technologies must be compatible with one another and allow any hardware and software used to access the Web to work together. Becoming W3C compliant is one step closer toward Answers4Families being accessible to all users."

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