Information & Assistance:
Our trained Information and Assistance Specialists are knowledgeable about all of the programs and services available to help meet the needs of older adults and adults living with an intellectual or physical disability.
Long-Term Care Options Counseling:
If you are not sure about your options for long-term care, contact us for objective, in-depth information about the services and resources available to meet your current and future needs for care. We want you to have all the information you need to make your own well-informed decision.
If you have questions about benefit programs, our Disability and Elder Benefit Specialists can talk with you about the benefit programs available and assist you in applying for benefits such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and other publicly funded programs. They can also help you work through problems that arise with your benefits.
Health & Wellness:
Staying active and healthy is key to maintaining your independence. We can help you make connections with programs that can help support your best possible health and safety.
Support for Caregivers:
Caring for someone can be a rewarding experience. But, it can also present challenges. We offer information and assistance to help family caregivers care for their loved one and for themselves.
Transitioning from Youth to Adult Services:
Change can be challenging. We talk with and provide assistance to youth with disabilities and their families as they transition from youth programming to services for adults.
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