Advocacy services for residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Staff and volunteers of the program help ensure that residents enjoy the best possible quality of life by promoting, protecting, and providing education on the rights of residents.
Medicaid Waiver Program is based upon the belief that people with care needs should have options for receiving services. Potential clients will meet with a staff person to determine needs and develop a care plan. Eligible persons are offered the choice of receiving home and community-based services or entering a nursing home.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) provides volunteer opportunities in non-profit organizations and health institutions for persons 55 years and older. Also includes volunteer transportation services for the elderly in Blair and Fremont, Nebraska.
Foster Grandparents provide service to children with special needs in schools, Head St...
Transportation for individuals of all ages. Individuals must live in rural Douglas, Cass, Sarpy or Dodge Counties.
Area Agency on Aging offering a variety of services for older adults.
Publishes the New Horizons Newspaper, a community specialty newspaper, published monthly by the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging. Each issue contains a diversity of news, features, health care reporting, service and program information, and advertising of special int...
Transportation for people 55 and over within Fremont and Blair with a 24 hour notice.
Rural transportation. Handicapped-accessible van travels to Omaha Mon, Wed, and Fri. Reservations can be made with a 48 hour notice.
Volunteer opportunities for drivers utilizing their own vehicles.
The Information and Assistance lines are staffed by individuals who answer questions about ENOA programs and services, and direct callers to the appropriate agency or community resources. I & A is the entry point for ENOA’s in-home services.