A public service connecting you to services for older adults and their families. The Administration on Aging promotes the well-being of older individuals by providing services and programs designed to help them live independently in their homes and communities.
Elderly support services include:
CBSS provide (and act as a link to) specific resources for older adults and their caregivers that include wellness programs, nutritional support, educational programs about health and aging, and counseling services for caregivers, as well as general assistance with housing, finances, and home safety.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) SSI is a federal government program that provides a monthly cash benefit for the elderly (age 65 and over), blind, or disabled of any age who have extremely low income and very few resources. Countable resources include cash, and money in checking, savings, and investment accounts.
Types of Patient Care
We can give you advice and recommend support, including:
Nutrition and meal programs (counseling, home delivered or group meals) Caregiver support (respite care and training for caregivers) Information about assistance programs and referrals to administrators. Insurance counseling to seniors (to help understand and maximize the benefits of their insurance such as Medicare)
These services include, but are not limited, to: Access to services such as transportation, case management, and information and assistance; Community services such as legal services, mental health services, and adult day care.
The four major old age problems include:
Here are some of the benefits for pensioners and older people for which you may be eligible:
By providing a monthly pension to senior citizens, the government can support their empowerment and emancipation. Additionally, if their children do not look after them or leave them, they can still be able to afford a domestic help.
The many different types of eldercare available to families in the United States may be broken down into two major categories: family-provided care and professionally-provided care.
Senior Lifestyle classifies its levels of care under six different options for senior care services: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Affordable Housing, and Short-Term Care.
Primary health care involves providing treatment for common illnesses, the management of long term illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease and the prevention of future ill-health through advice, immunisation and screening programmes.