1.The Community Advocate for Elder Rights shall provide assistance to persons who are 60 years of age or older and do not reside in facilities for long-term care. The assistance must include at least the:
(a)Coordination of resources and services available to aging persons within their respective communities, including the services provided through a program established pursuant to NRS 427A.250 or 427A.255;
(b)Dissemination of information to aging persons on issues of national and local interest, including information regarding the services of the Community Advocate for Elder Rights and the existence of groups of aging persons with similar interests and concerns; and
(c)Advocation of issues relating to aging persons.
2.The Administrator may direct the Community Advocate for Elder Rights to provide assistance to a person who:
(a)Is less than 60 years of age; and
(b)Does not reside in a facility for long-term care.
Section 427A.310 — Duties.,