Our Adult Protective Services Program helps vulnerable older adults and adults with disabilities experiencing abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
The Aging Well Neighborhood Program brings together older adults, businesses, healthcare and social services, and health education to create a "Health Neighborhood" that supports life-long wellness, prevention and an age-friendly community.
Being the primary caregiver for a loved one is a special role that creates a deep bond, but the additional responsibilities can increase stress. Aging Care Connections' Caregiver Specialists are trained to help caregivers deal with being a primary caretaker and for caring for themselves. Specialists offer one-on-one support at home or via phone. We listen, we discuss, we guide and we solve problems together.
Specialists with knowledge and experience in the field of aging provide older adults and their families with in-home comprehensive assessment and linkages to services, care planning and ongoing monitoring of services.
As part of the Aging and Disability Resource Network, Aging Care Connections provides Information & Assistance, Benefits Assistance and Options Counseling Programs to adults age 60 and older, disabled individuals age 18-59, and their families.
Aging Care Connections connects older adults to nutrition programs and services that provide hot, balanced meals.
We implement the Bridge Model of Transitional Care- an evidence-based social work-led program where coordinators meet with patients at the hospital and skilled nursing facility to facilitate safe transitions back into the community.