Information on available services, links individuals to the services and provides adequate follow-up procedures.
Contracts with Nebraska Legal Aid to provide legal assistance and legal outreach
Advocates for the rights of residents of long term care facilities through empowerment, problem-solving, and conflict resolution.
Activities related to the prevention and mitigation of the effects of chronic disease. Services include health clinic, health education, group exercise, physical fitness, etc.
Caregiver support group.
Provides information, assistance, and education on community services and long-term care options.
Waiver allows Medicaid dollars to be used for specific services for those with long term care needs. Must be 65 or older, Medicaid eligible, with needs which would require nursing facility care and can by safely served at home at a cost not more than nursing facility care. Services may include housekeeping, grocery shopping, respite, transportati...
Provides a variety of services and supports for persons 60 years of age and older. The mission is to keep older adults as independent as possible.
Assists older adults in identifying unmet needs and utilize serves to assure the least restrictive level of care. Care Management provides a comprehensive assessment. From the assessment, a care plan is developed and services are coordinated and implemented. The care plan is then monitored and evaluated to ensure appropriate services are provided....
Family caregiver support for those caring for an aging adult or grandparents caring for a minor child. Provides information, assistance, training, support group, respite care, and supplemental services.
Congregate meals are provided to qualified individuals. The meal must meet 1/3 of the daily recommended dietary needs of adults 60 and over, including the requirements of the Older Americans Act and state and local laws.
Emergency response system may be available for persons who can benefit from the security of the system.
In-home services, including grocery shopping, cleaning, laundry, transportation, respite, lawn care, snow removal, and personal care.
Home delivered meals are provided to frail, homebound by reason of illness, disability or isolation. The meals must meet 1/3 of the daily recommended dietary needs of adults 60 years and over and the requirements of the Older Americans Act and state and local laws.