The Administration on Aging works to develop a coordinated and cost-effective system of home and community-based services that helps the elderly maintain their health and independence in their homes and communities.
The Division of Adult Services and Aging works to enable older South Dakotans and adults who are disabled to live independent, meaningful, and dignified lives while maintaining close family and community ties by promoting in-home and community-based services to prevent or delay premature or inappropriate institutionalization.
Links to ADRC’s, which provide information on Medicare-funded programs, their benefits, assistance determining eligibility and enrolling. Includes Medicare Savings Programs and extra help with Medicare Part D costs. Also connection to other aging services in West Virginia.
Aging Parents and Elder Care provides information to help caregivers find reliable information quickly, providing advice, a variety of articles, symptoms of major conditions, comprehensive checklists, a glossary of terms, and links to key resources.
A guide to state and local programs – including Medicaid, long-term care, Medicare and insurance counseling and prescription drug assistance – for Alabama seniors.
The ASA works to enhance the knowledge and skills of older adults and their families, and offers information on a variety of aging-related topics.
A list of Area Agencies on Aging for the State of Virginia
Links to local areas agencies on aging for access to aging services, including Medicare funded programs and contact information for advocacy for Medicare beneficiaries.
The Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) utilizes retired professionals as volunteers in the education of their Arizona peers in safeguarding the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
This program works on behalf of elderly Arkansas residents who may become the victims of neglect or abuse, or have dementia and neglect their own needs.