- Senior Services
- Senior Programs
Adaptive Equipment Lending
Through generous donation of community members we receive walkers, bath benches, depends undergarments, commodes, etc. that we are able to lend out to seniors who are in need.
Case Management is another step beyond Assistance. A better name might be “Care Management” because it provides help in arranging for long-term care needs and supports in your desired setting.
Educational Events & Programs
Through grant funding and contract opportunities with the Area Agency on Aging we have been able to offer some evidenced based classes and programs to seniors and community members.
Family Caregiver Support
Family Caregiver Support is a flexible program designed to help meet the needs of unpaid family caregivers.
Information & Assistance (I&A)
Professionally trained and caring specialists are available at each of our offices to confidentially answer questions and provide information, assistance, or referral to adults aged 60+, individuals with disabilities, and caregivers.
In-Home Personal Care Services
Senior Services provides Personal Care and Housekeeping services through a number of different programs.
Medicaid Case Management
A local state worker in Home and Community Services is the "front door" for people who will be receiving state-funded services.
Senior Services offers both "Congregate" and "Home-Delivered" meal programs.
We are determined to eliminate the barriers that keep seniors and disabled people from accessing reliable, affordable transportation in order for them to receive crucial services and having some measure of independence and dignity.
Volunteer Connection Program
The Volunteer Connection Program assists older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers by providing non-medical and community resources in their home to maintain and improve independence, safety, and quality of life. It also provides volunteer opportunities for seniors who are able to provide support and service to others in their community.