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Community & Home Support

Senior and Supporter

Information and Assistance (I&A) — Your first contact for information pertaining to older adults. Learn what’s available in your community. More »

Adult Protective Services (APS) — Investigates reported cases of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults. When should a report be made? More »

Care Coordination — Assesses needs, establishes a care plan, reviews options, and sets up services with chosen providers. More »

Case Management — Licensed social workers assist elderly adults in obtaining services to maintain their maximum level of health, safety, and independence at home. More »

Long Term Care Ombudsman — Advocates for clients residing in long-term care facilities. Main focus is on resident’s rights, quality of care, and quality of life. More »

Care Transitions Intervention — Partnering with the the Area Agency on Aging and local hospitals. Provides patients with self-management tools after discharge from the hospital. More »

Caregiver Counseling — Helps navigate life's transitions and planning for the future.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program — Provides companionship, outreach, and advocacy to older adults and mentoring to school children. More »

Nutrition Program - Meals at Senior Centers and Home Delivered Meals/ Meals on Wheels. More »

Outreach / Education and Public Information - Information about additional upcoming Outreach and Public events. New Mini-Workshops coming soon!  More »

Upcoming Healthfairs or Formus - Information on other events that may interest you in the area.  More

 


Contracted Services

The Area Agency on Aging works in partnership with local agencies to provide services in the community and in the home to older adults and caregivers.  More »

 
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Contact Us

Area Agency on Aging of North Idaho
2120 Lakewood Drive, Suite B
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814   [View Map]

E-mail:
Phone: 208-667-3179 / 800-786-5536
Fax: 208-667-5938