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Topic - Linda Sharp
In a wooded enclave just north of West Lafayette, Indiana Veterans' Home gives the appearance of a neat and orderly military base.
They are paid during training and tested by Ivy Tech Community College, so their training is universal, Sharp said, and they are familiar with standards of care at the home from the start.
Sharp said she would have preferred to go back to college for a health facility administrator's license, but the timing never worked out.