Area Agency on Aging and Aging and Disability Resource Center ensures coordinated, accessible services for older persons and persons with disabilities. Services funded include: home delivered meals, congregate meals, transportation, information and assistance, outreach, legal assistance, caregiver assistance and, respite, and elder abuse education...
Area Agency on Aging and Aging and Disability Resource Center.
Information and referral services for older adults.
Care management for those age 60+.
Senior Care Options for those age 65+.
Aged and Disabled Medicaid Waiver for those age 65+.
Referrals for handyman and housekeeping services.
Senior Companion Program.
04/01/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
The staff at Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging are working remotely. We are calling all of our consumers on a weekly basis to assess for needs. Please continue to send referrals to our LifeLong Links number 866-468-7887.
Provides information and assistance regardi...
4/16/2020 - COVID-19 Update:
We offer frozen and shelf-stable meals that will be delivered to the senior’s door. These meals can be ordered in increments of 5 and delivered on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Care packs are also available which includes toilet paper, paper towels and other non-perishable food items.
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...
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.
Comprehensive assessment done in the client's residence to identify client's needs and plan care.
Choices case management services helps to coordinate and manage care on behalf of the client. Evaluates needs, resources, and family support to help decide what plan of care is best for the individual, and assists in organizing and overseei...
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.
Level of Care provides a nursing facility preadmission screening to ensure Medicaid applicants in need of nursing facility care receive information on alternative choices to their level of care and assistance in finding and setting up the services needed.
Care Management includes health, social and functional assessment and helps plan fo...
Area Agencies on Aging were established under the Older Americans Act (OAA) in 1973. They were charged with assisting older persons to live with independence and dignity in their homes and communities. The Congressional authors viewed the role of AAAs to include identifying the priority service needs of the age 60+ population in the community, de...
6/1/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
Grocery shopping and delivery are free and available until June 30th to those who do not have anyone else to do this for them that are 60+ years of age and those under 60 with a disability by calling Aging Resources at 515-255-1310 to discuss their situation and complete an application....
Area Agency on Aging.
Provides services to older persons and persons with disabilities which allow them to remain independent and in their own homes as long as possible.
Services include: Care Management, Legal Assistance, Aged Medicaid Waiver, Senior Health Insurance Information Program, Family Caregiver Support, Nutrition/H...