Services to Help Overcome the Challenges of Aging

The Senior Hub  programs can help improve the quality of life for seniors age 60+ and their caregivers through nutrition programs and the use of supportive services. Supportive services include an entire menu of options for seniors to enhance the quality of life, improve health and well-being, and enable independent living.

The enrollment process begins with an in-home assessment conducted by a caring, trained staff member. During the assessment, you will learn about the various services offered, eligibility for the programs, and any cost-sharing that may be required. Seniors and their caregivers are able to choose which services best suit their needs.

Information about meal services can be viewed by clicking  HERE  

To apply for services, click HERE   

CAREGIVER SUPPORT PROGRAM  

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  • Services designed to reduce the stress of caregiving
  • Respite care
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Minor home repairs
  • Caregiver training and connections to support groups

REPRESENTATIVE PAYEE SERVICE 

  • Assistance with paying bills and budgeting

HOME modification and maintenance

  • Minor home repairs and modifications that address health and safety issues

PERSONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEMS

  • Emergency response systems that provide peace of mind in case of emergency at the touch of a button
  • Mobile units and landline units available

ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT ON LOAN 

  • Equipment to assist with activities of daily living include canes, walkers, transfer benches, and wheel chairs

PERSONAL CARE AND HOMEMAKING SERVICES 

  • Coordinates services through local providers to assist seniors with activities of daily living, personal hygiene, or with routine tasks to maintain a clean, safe, and healthy living environment.

INFORMATION AND REFERRAL

  • Provides education on services available for seniors and how to access those services; 
  • Assists with forms and applications for Medicare, Heating Assistance, or Supplemental Food Programs

Socialization

  • Virtual Book Club, Friendly Visitor, Digital Connect classes
  • Community dining sites
  • Social clubs
  • Volunteer opportunities

TRANSPORTATION

  • Provides non-emergency transportation to medical appointments and other appointments that support health and wellness.