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Social Worker bi-lingual Spanish for Community Elder Mistreatment & Abuse Prevention Program
Carter Burden Network
Qualifications: LMSW with expertise in field of gerontology, knowledge of family violence, computer literate. Bi-lingual English/Spanish preferred. Job Description: Under supervision of Director of CEMAPP responsibilities will include the following:  Provide case assistance, social services (counseling) and crisis intervention services to elder abuse clients who live in Manhattan.  Provide and establish care plans following a comprehensive assessment.  Make home visits as needed.  Work with clients, families, caregivers and other professionals in coordinating the care plans, and in determining goals clients have set for themselves.  Develop working plans with clients and families to stabilize crisis in potentially harmful situations with on-going monitoring, as needed.  Evaluate clients need to receive available entitlements and benefits, and connect clients to available agencies and in certain cases, initially preparing documents for applications process until transfer is discussed to determine permanent case management agency/worker.  Maintain caseload of at minimum 38 clients. Open on average 6 new clients per month or 72 new clients per year. Provide 1400 hours per year of Case Assistance and Counseling.  Maintain accurate and up-to-date case records, prepare assessments and compile statistics as required. Utilize DFTA STARS/Peer Place to enter client assessments and information.  Assist CEMAPP Director in developing and implementing outreach plans.  Work with CEMAPP Director in developing, scheduling and delivering 12 educational programs per year.  Work with CEMAPP subcontractor, JASA and with its CEMAPP staff regarding clients and program as needed/indicated.  Full-time Salary: $60,295.00 per year
Link: https://www.carterburdennetwork.org/careers
Social Worker (MSW, LMSW or LCSW), Social Service Unit
Carter Burden Network
Position Title: Social Worker (MSW, LMSW or LCSW), Social Service Unit Reports to: Director, Social Service Unit Location: 415 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021 Catchment Area: 57th street to 96th Street, 5th Avenue to East River Status: Full-Time, in-person Annual Salary: $55,000.00 About CBN: Carter Burden Network promotes the well-being of older adults 60 and older through a continuum of services, advocacy, arts and culture, health and wellness and volunteer programs, all oriented to individual, family and community needs. We are dedicated to supporting the efforts of older people to live safely and with dignity. For further information about CBN, please visit www.carterburdennetwork.org Carter Burden Network is partially funded by NYC Aging (formally NYC Department for the Aging) Position Summary: The Social Worker will work closely with the Director, other Social Worker and Case Assistance Workers of the Social Service Unit. A significant component of the team’s work is accepting referrals (by walk-in and appointment) for ambulatory and homebound older adults, conducting in-depth assessments for clients, developing tailored and comprehensive care plans, and providing assistance with identifying and applying for benefits and entitlements. In addition, referrals are provided for homecare services, meals on wheels, mental health support and additional services that maintain quality of life. Supervision is available towards clinical licensure hours. full job description: https://www.carterburdennetwork.org/careers

Link: https://www.carterburdennetwork.org/careers
Case Manager (Chinese-Speaking)
Educational Alliance (Weinberg Older Adult Center)
The Weinberg Center for Balanced Living (WCBL) serves an older adult population whose primary languages include English, Chinese, Spanish, and Russian.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Assist clients with obtaining concrete services, including but not limited to completing clients’ enrollment/re-enrollment applications for 202 housing and benefits and entitlements programs, and provide crisis intervention when needed
-Develop individualized care plans that are culturally sensitive and language appropriate
-Refer clients to external organizations
-Provide interpretation services and assist in translation of written communication as needed
-Assist in coordination of special events at 202 housing and at WCBL
-Facilitate groups for clients and collaborate with community providers to implement educational workshops about social services topics

JOB REQUIREMENTS
-BSW/BA with at least 1 year experience working with older adults
-Bilingual Chinese/English required
-Knowledge of entitlements and community-based resources
-Skilled in client need assessment, prioritization of case load needs, and crisis intervention
-Technological proficiency with Microsoft, Google, and internet research


Benefits
Generous PTO Policy; Medical & Dental Insurance; Pension Plan; 403b Retirement Plans; Free MCC Gym Membership

Union FT2 Full-Time | New York, NY, US
Salary Range: $41,000.00 To 53,000.00 Annually
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=028d824e-00ea-4d78-9af5-c7a7236b4260&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=484573&source=CC2&lang=en_US
Social Worker - LMSW
Educational Alliance
The Weinberg Center for Balanced Living (WCBL) serves an older adult population whose primary languages include English, Chinese, Spanish, and Russian.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Carry a caseload of clients—conduct routine intakes and needs- and safety- assessments, assist clients with obtaining concrete services, recommend intervention strategies, and routinely follow up on cases
-Make strategic referrals and advocate for the type, frequency, and intensity of services
-Participate in regularly scheduled case conferences, weekly supervision and WCBL staff meetings, other special agency staff meetings, and professional training sessions
-Develop and facilitate one-time educational and health management workshops and ongoing group series that stimulate client support and engagement.
-Maintain relationships with community partners to implement educational workshops (e.g., housing; benefits; end-of-life planning; coping skills; grief; etc.)

JOB REQUIREMENTS
-LMSW required. SIFI-eligible preferred.
-Bilingual English/Spanish required. All candidates still encouraged to apply.
-1 to 3 years’ experience required providing case management support to clients.
-Demonstrated knowledge of resources and entitlements.
-Excellent assessment, crisis intervention, and follow-up skills.
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office and experience with database systems.

BENEFITS
Clinical Supervision & Test Prep Provided by LCSW; Generous PTO Policy; Medical & Dental Insurance; Pension Plan; 403b Retirement Plans; Free MCC Gym Membership;

Non-Union FT2 Full-Time | $60,000.00 to 65,000.00 Annually
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=028d824e-00ea-4d78-9af5-c7a7236b4260&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=478131&source=CC2&lang=en_US
Elder Justice Case Worker (Master’s Level)
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC)
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC) is an established local agency that provides extensive and wide-ranging support, referral, and information services to older adults living in Staten Island.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Provide case work to elder abuse victims (60 years or older) including safety planning, assessment, education and advocacy when elder abuse is suspected or identified. Provide linkage to needed services to assist in recovering from victimization.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO

• Conduct community outreach and participate in community education/training in relation to elder abuse at various community events.
• Obtain intake information on all individuals where elder abuse is suspected or identified.
• Conduct individual assessment at client’s home, by office visits or by telephone to assess client needs.
• Develop comprehensive case plan with client for services.
• Provide counseling, case assistance, advocacy, information and referral as needed.
• Provide escort and act as an advocate in court when required.
• Complete orders of protection as needed.
• Identify community resources available to meet service needs of elder abuse victims.
• Maintain case records and complete necessary statistical documentation.
• Maintain working relationship with police and community service providers.
• May occasionally be required to work evening/weekend events.
• Assist with special projects and other program activities as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

• MSW, MS, MA level education required.
• 2+ years of experience in direct service to older adult clients preferred.
• Knowledge of Staten Island desirable.
• Experience working with Elder Abuse/Domestic Violence a plus.
• Car required.

BENEFITS

• Generous paid time off
• Union Position: 1199SEIU
• Medical, Dental, Vision; Retirement plan; Tuition Reimbursement

Schedule: 8 hour shift - In-Person
Salary Range: $52,000.00 - $54,000.00 per year
Link: https://cascsiny.org/careers/
Case Manager (Full Time)
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC)
POSITION DESCRIPTION
Provide case management services to adults age 60 and older in order to identify client’s needs and service preferences, and work with client (and family when appropriate) to develop, implement and oversee a care plan to meet mutually agrees upon goals.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Conduct assessments for PEC clients.
• Develop individualized care plans based on client needs and preferences, and in collaboration with client’s family member(s) and CASC team members.
• With program supervisor, authorize EISEP homecare, housekeeping and home delivered meals as appropriate, based on client eligibility guidelines.
• Assist with intakes.
• Maintain up-to-date-knowledge of, and working relationships with community resources.
• Establish service linkages, make necessary referrals and monitor service delivery to successfully implement individualized care plans.
• Provide benefits and entitlements counseling and assistance applying for and follow-up to ensure receipt of benefits entitlements.
• Provide advocacy services for and on behalf of clients.
• Maintain up-to-date case records on all clients, including completion of necessary statistical documentation.
• Maintain familiarity with all relevant DFTA standards, including updates to standards and procedures.
• Assist with PEC calls as assigned.
• Participate in team meetings and CASC training and education sessions as needed.
• Assist with other program activities as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• BSW, BS, BA level education is required.
• Experience in providing direct services to the elderly preferred.
• Preferred fluency in a second language.
• Word, Excel essential, and DFTA database STARS (preferred).
• Self-disciplined: manages own time, meets deadlines, works well under pressure

BENEFITS
• Generous paid time off
• Union Position: 1199SEIU

Location: In-Person
Salary Range: 49,000-52,000/yr
Link: https://cascsiny.org/careers/
NY Connects Outreach/Resource Specialist
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC)
POSITION DESCRIPTION
Provide objective and unbiased information and assistance on all long-term care options, services/supports and provide follow-up to clients, professionals and caregivers. Assist Program Director with Outreach activities and keeping up to date with resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Providing objective and unbiased information and assistance on all long-term care options, services/supports and provide follow-up to clients, professionals and caregivers.
• Conduct No Wrong Door screening with individuals over the phone, in-person, in order to obtain information for both possible programmatic and financial eligibility for various programs.
• Application and enrollment assistance for public benefits, including Medicaid as appropriate.
• Assist Program Director with Outreach activities, public speaking, and keeping up to date with resources.
• Participate in special projects as assigned by Program Director.
• Follow all NYC DFTA Program Standards.
• Maintain case records on NYC DFTA STARS Client Database for all clients and complete necessary statistical documentation.
• Participate in mandated State/DFTA funded trainings and any additional trainings as assigned.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Some evening and weekend hours will be required.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• BSW, BS, BA level education is required.
• Must have work experience in health/human/social services working with older adults, developmentally disabled, physically disabled, behavioral health and/or substance abuse populations.
• Familiarity with Medicare, Social Security and HRA is preferred.
• Knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is required.
• Bi-lingual (Spanish-English) preferred, but other languages are welcomed as well.
• Must have a car for travel for work.

BENEFITS:
• Generous Paid Time Off
• Union Position: 1199SEIU (Medical/Dental/Vision; Tuition Reimbursement; & Retirement plan)
• 403(b)

Location: In-Person
Salary Range: $47,000.00 - $48,000.00 per year
Link: https://cascsiny.org/careers/
Case Manager Supervisor
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC)
The Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC) is a vibrant organization that helps Staten Islanders aged 60 and above to live independently in their community. We work hand-in-hand with older adults, respecting their right to make decisions for themselves, honoring their life experiences and heritage, and recognizing the importance of friends, relatives, and community in creating supportive environments for people as they age.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Lead team of up to five master’s and bachelor’s level case managers working directly with older adults aged 60 and above.
• Identify client needs and service preferences.
• Develop, implement, and oversee care plans.
• Authorize EISEP homecare, housekeeping services, and home-delivered meals as per need and eligibility requirements.
• Maintain caseload assigned by Program Director.
• Maintain up-to-date knowledge of community resources.
• Provide in-service training related to case management skills and functions.
• Monitor staff’s data input into DFTA STARS database, including written case notes and programmatic data.
• Identify strengths and weaknesses in staff assigned and provide supervision, education, and guidance to improve staff job performance.
• Maintain familiarity with all relevant DFTA standards and updates.
• Represent CASC at community events, committees, and coalitions.
• Assist with other program activities as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in social work (or related master’s level degree)
• Minimum two years of experience in a social service organization working directly with older adults
• Crisis management skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Supervisory experience in social work (preferred)
• Fluency in a second language (preferred)
• Experience with DFTA contracts (preferred)

BENEFITS
Generous Paid Time Off
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

Location: In-Person
Salary Range: $71k-$74k per year
Link: https://cascsiny.org/careers/
NY Connects Specialist (Part Time)
Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC)
The Community Agency for Senior Citizens (CASC) assists Staten Islanders age 60 and older to live as independently as possible in the community. NY Connects is a state–wide program providing objective and unbiased information and assistance to individuals with disabilities of ALL ages with long term care needs or questions.

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Provide objective and unbiased information and assistance on all long-term care options, services/supports and provide follow-up to clients, professionals and caregivers.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide objective and unbiased information and assistance on all long-term care options, services, and supports, including follow up.
• Conduct No Wrong Door screening with individuals over the phone or in-person.
• Application and enrollment assistance for public benefits, including Medicaid as appropriate, SNAP and HEAP
• Conduct home visits to assist with benefits/entitlements as appropriate.
Provide Person Centered Counseling and assist with Care Transitions when appropriate.
• Follow all NYC DFTA Program Standards.
• Maintain case records on NYC DFTA STARS Client Database.
• Participate in mandated State/DFTA funded trainings and any additional trainings as assigned.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Some evening and weekend hours will be required.

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
• BSW, BS, BA level education required (MSW preferred)
• Must have work experience in health/human/social services working with older adults, developmentally disabled, physically disabled, behavioral health and/or substance abuse populations.
•Familiarity with Medicare, Social Security and HRA preferred. •Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required.
•Bi-lingual (Spanish-English) preferred, but other languages are welcome.
•Must have a car for travel for work.

Part-time: 14 hours per week
Location: In-Person
Salary: $26.00 per hour
Link: https://cascsiny.org/careers/
Case Worker-Caregivers Support Program
NSHOPP
SHOPP Caregiver Support Program (CSP) is a new initiative at SHOPP that supports formal and informal caregivers caring for an ill, frail, disabled, or cognitively impaired individual with Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia or those 55 plus Kinship relation- grandparent raising a grandchild(ren). The CASE WORKER will provide client assessments, individual counseling, care coordination, educational training, respite services, supplemental assistance, information & referral, and outreach initiatives to existing and prospective caregivers. The Case Worker's role is vital in ensuring that caregivers and their families receive the information, support, and resources they need to cope with the challenges of caregiving. This full-time position reports to the Director of SHOPP’s Caregivers Support Program.
Link: https://www.nshopp.org
Intake Worker-Elder Justice
NSHOPP
The Neighborhood SHOPP Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Program focuses on alleviating the effects of domestic violence and crime on older Bronx residents and helping to prevent victimization of the elderly. With a Hybrid work schedule, the Elder Justice Intake Worker is specifically responsible for the following:

• Determine preliminary eligibility and complete intake along with preliminary assessments on victims seeking information, support, and service on-site or off-site;
• Provide information and referral to victims or professionals of other internal/external programs;
• Assist social workers with follow-up calls for telephone reassurance:
• Identify and maintain collaborative relationships in the victim’s assistance network, etc.
Link: http://www.nshopp.org
Communications/Development Manager
Life Story Club
Life Story Club is seeking a highly motivated individual to help support all aspects of our small organization’s strategic fundraising and communications efforts, designing and implementing a set of activities aimed at increasing contributed income and raising visibility for the organization.

We are looking for someone with fundraising experience and a track record of crafting and implementing development and communication strategies to help drive impact across multiple platforms for donor audiences and more broadly.

Must be highly organized, hands-on, and mission-oriented. You are excited about the potential to use storytelling and technology to drive impact and foster social connection.

See the full job description at lifestoryclub.org/careers
Link: https://lifestoryclub.org/careers/
Social Workers (2) - LMSW preferred-Older Adult Centers
Commonpoint Queens
Functions as part of a team providing programs and services for adults aged 60+; meets with potential new members to explain services available at the Older Adult Center and other Commonpoint Queens’ programs, and recommends best programming to meet their interests and needs; registers new clients, completes initial and follow-up assessments, and documents accordingly in the NYC Aging database (STARS Peer Place); maintains updated member files in the database as well as paper charts; develops and maintains a resource file of current benefits, entitlements, services and programs relevant to the older adult population; assists with completion of applications and forms, and makes referrals as needed; creates and facilitates recreational, educational, cultural and/or support groups; conducts and documents outcomes of friendly visiting, telephone reassurance calls, in-person and telephonic information and referrals, assist with benefits and entitlements; assists with the lunch program as needed; participates in program development, planning of special events, and contributes content for departmental newsletter; LMSW and experience working with older adults preferred; ; experience utilizing Google Docs/Sheets and Microsoft Office; experience utilizing Zoom technology for virtual programming; food handlers certification preferred, but may also be obtained within the first 3 months of employment; ability to travel to multiple service sites within the agency and to conduct home visits occasionally; ability to stand for one hour during meal service; full-time, Monday through Friday, 40 hours; occasional evening or weekend hours may be required for special programming or initiatives; a car and valid driver’s license is preferred, but not required; this is a Union position; salary range is $62,500 to $67,500 depending on licensure; one position is located in Little Neck, Queens, and the other in Bayside/
Bay Terrace, Queens

Link: https://www.commonpointqueens.org
Program Manager
Alzheimer's Association
Responsible for implementing an established program strategy in the Capital Region of NYS to deliver the Association's Care & Support programs and services with a strong emphasis on reaching new and underrepresented communities. Responsible for managing a portfolio of community partners and volunteers to achieve Care & Support strategic goals, grant goals and program performance metrics. This position is grant funded.
Link: https://jobs.alz.org/program-manager/job/27745601
Social Work
Hartley House
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Masters in Social Worker (MSW) required. Ability to work effectively with well and frail older adults and other service agencies. Willingness to work a flexible schedule. Excellent organizational, computer and advocacy skills and the ability to work as part of a team.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide services ranging from concrete services (benefits and entitlements), to case assistance and management, group programming, advocacy, resources and referrals
Conduct bio-psychosocial assessments/care plan for new clients
Facilitate support groups as assigned
Conduct intakes, screenings and needs assessments as assigned
Maintain current documentation required for all cases, from all agencies necessary for reporting purposes, including progress notes, case contacts and all case summaries, and produce monthly reports
Assist with money management including monthly bill pay, budgetary assistance, and applying for private stipendiary assistance as necessary
Provide information and referral services to individuals that are not referred as HOPE clients
Participate in case presentations, staff meetings, field visits and regular training
Attend community and partnership meetings
Submit work schedules and statistics in a timely manner as required.
Keep supervisor abreast on an ongoing basis and in supervisory meetings of outstanding work priorities.
Participate in community-building activities sponsored by program and agency and encourage participants to support these activities
Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including some weekend and/or evening hours as necessary
Be available to work on holidays and special events as necessary.
Maintain cooperative, supportive relationships with Hartley House and Hudson Guild and programs/employees
Perform other duties as assigned
WORKING CONDITIONS: Typical office setting that will require travel between office and client’s home, and possible multiple sites consistent with a community center environment.
Link: https://hudsonguild.bamboohr.com/careers/313
Bilingual Case Manager
Hudson Guild
POSITION OVERVIEW: Under the supervision of the Social Worker, the Case Manager will provide case management assistance and must possess strong working knowledge of government entitlement and social services systems.



REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in human services, Social Work or other related field; 1 to 2 years’ experience in the health and human service field, including services in long-term services and supports, and supervision of staff. Knowledge of resource and benefit programs. Excellent organizational, communication, outreach, and advocacy skills and the ability to work as a team. Flexibility to work some evening hours and weekends. The Case Manager must have proficiency in google suites, Microsoft office and the ability to build reports and analyze data. He/She/They must possess excellent time management, attention to detail, organizational and communication skills and maintain the integrity of the organization at all times.
Link: https://hudsonguild.bamboohr.com/careers/310
Bilingual Case Manager
Entertainment Community Fund

Case Manager, Rodney Kirk Center
The Entertainment Community Fund (formerly The Actors Fund), a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment, seeks a Case Manager to provide case management services to Manhattan Plaza residents 60+ to help residents navigate the personal and health related challenges of aging by providing support, information and linkage to services necessary for residents to age safely at home.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Case Manager will engage and work collaboratively with Manhattan Plaza residents, their families and significant others in a case management process that facilitates development of assessments and service plans which identifies strengths, needs and gaps in services while serving as a liaison to internal and external resources. The case manager will conduct intakes, screen for eligibility and help with application and maintenance of benefits including but not limited to Medicaid, SNAP, MSP, EPIC and other entitlement programs.

Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=78ba143d-538e-423e-a196-3f1b371fc0fe&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=496544
Case Worker
R.A.I.N. Inc.
• Provide direct services to clients, including intake, referrals, benefits and entitlements assistance, advocacy, counseling and follow-up.
• Maintain and update client’s files, ensure that all information is documented, and all contractually required documents are maintained in files to the standards of the NYC Department for the Aging.
• Fill out entitlements/benefits applications such as SNAP, Medicaid, Medicare Savings Program, Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE), Home Energy Assistance Program, NYC -210, IT- 214, Housing applications, etc.
• Arrange for provision of services, advocate and intervene with other agencies on behalf of client.
• Maintain calendar and schedule appointments.
• Assist with review and explanation of mail.
• Supportive contact with clients awaiting decision on eligibility for entitlements/benefits.
• Compile statistics and maintain up to date records on each case.
• Attend In-service trainings.
Associates degree, or higher with two years supervised experience in human service field.
• Knowledge of benefits and entitlements for seniors.
• Bilingual English/Spanish speaking strongly preferred.
Link: https://www.raininc.org/careers/
Director of Social Services - Manhattan Holocaust Survivor Program
Selfhelp Community Services
Position Summary: Administers and manages the day-to-day operations of the Manhattan Holocaust Survivor Program, oversees department budget, ensures provision of services, implements and maintains health and safety standards, and supervises a team of staff to provide a high standard of services to clients and the community at large.
Link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/SEL1010SLFH/JobBoard/d65db911-6921-4678-9abf-64244f452d58/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=615bd758-6a39-4c42-b133-69b7c69ea1f9
Social Worker
LifeForce in Later Years
Part-time, two day a week LMSW social worker (bilingual Spanish preferred) to work for small non-profit providing free services to older adults who are aging in place in Morningside Heights and West Harlem. Responsibilities would include: managing a small caseload; client intake; volunteer recruitment; orientation and mentoring; record keeping; working with other agencies and organizations in the field of aging; and working on program development and special events. Work schedule is flexible, salary is $33 hourly
Link: None
Bilingual Case Manager
Goddard Riverside Communit Center
• Provides case assistance services to seniors 60+
• Assist and advocate for seniors on a wide range of issues, including benefits, and entitlements, health, mental health care, housing
• Perform occasional assessments and make home visits to homebound seniors to identify their needs, link them to services, and provide ongoing social contact
• Prepares documentation (assessments, case logs, case notes, etc.) as stipulated by contractual and agency standards and procedures.
• Prepares reports, as required
• Plan and implement groups/ support groups in the older adult center to meet the evolving needs of the aging population
• Attends all required trainings
• Performs other duties as required.
• BSW degree, or BA/BS degree plus two years supervised casework experience.
Link: https://goddard.org
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