Resources & Information
- Transportation [PDF]
- Medicare vs. Medicaid [PDF]
- Tips For Staying at Home [PDF]
- Extra Help & Medicare Savings Programs [PDF]
- Living Will / Help Sheet [PDF]
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Community & Home Support
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.
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!
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.