Many community organizations offer services that assist seniors with personal activities. Most offer a variety of services and programs, but the variety may differ between communities. Local Office for the Aging departments keep a comprehensive list of senior community organizations, and the services they offer.
Senior Centers: offer a wide scope of services including nutrition, recreation, health education, and exercise.
Transportation: available in many communities and may include taxi cab services, public bus services, wheel-chair accessible vans.
Home Repair and Modification Programs: these services keep housing in good condition. Renovations increase a senior's use, safety, security, and independence in their home.
State Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance Programs (SHIPs): offer one-on-one counseling services for Medicare beneficiaries to better understand their options and benefits.
Legal Assistance: provides representation and support for legal proceedings. Services can include matters of government program benefits, tenant’s rights, and consumer issues.
Meal Delivery: a service provided to homebound seniors, and adults with disabilities. Meal plan options are usually offered.
Local Office of the Aging departments will also have referrals for medical supply services. Facility and home care medical supplies can conveniently be ordered through our website. Orders can also be placed with one of our friendly Medical Supply Specialists by calling 1-888-687-4334.