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.
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 referrals to ENOA’s in-home services and Meals on Wheels program.
The Elderbridge Information and Assistance Program offers information on community services. Callers will speak with Information and Assistance Specialists who will assess their needs, answer questions, explain what programs are available, and assist them in securing the assistance they need.
Provides information, assistance, and education on community services and long-term care options.
Coordinates ADRCs for older Nebraskans (age 60), people with disabilities of all ages, family members, caregivers, and advocates. Local ADRCs provide information, referral, and assistance for accessing community services and long-term care options.
Linking seniors and disabled adults with available services in the community. Can provide information and referrals on local events and classes, in-home care, senior centers, meal sites and meal deliveries, long-term care options, adult day and respite care options, transportation, senior housing, prescription drug assistance resources, nursing hom...