Community Resources for Seniors
Needs :Food, Financial, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Health Care and more.
Provides immediate assistance and connects people to community resources in times of personal, financial and community crisis. Trained specialists are available 24/7. Information on resources to meet needs such as food, utility bills, housing, mental health, substance abuse, primary health care and disaster.
Whatever your question or situation, One Senior Place can help you find the solution that’s right for you. We’ve gathered together a wealth of free resources and information all under one roof, to save seniors and family caregivers hours of legwork in their search for senior services.
Senior Scene® Magazine, a VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS is a monthly Lifestyle magazine, providing Entertainment, Nostalgia, Financial and Health information, plus much more valuable information for the Mature and Boomer age reader. The newest issue of Senior Scene Magazine is available to pick up at locations around the Space Coast, including the Wickham Park Senior Center.
Through Government (55%) and Community (United Way; Grants; Private Donations) Funding, we provide Nutrition (Meals on Wheels and Seniors at Lunch), Transportation (Senior TranServe and Vets Driving Vets), Home Care and Home Making, and Housing Safety Modification Services to our Senior neighbors. We also provide Caregiver Support and Resources, and maintain our Kitchen
Sadly, it is a sobering reality that approximately one in six individuals aged 60 and above experienced some form of abuse in 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the problem, with incidents of elder abuse seeing a concerning increase.
We explore elder abuse, its challenges, warning signs, and preventative strategies based on insights from experts in the field
According to The National Council on Aging, approximately 10% of seniors have encountered some form of abuse. in the country. Since there are no Federal rules and licensing guidelines for ALFs, choosing the best environment for an older adult is difficult. We have meticulously crafted a comprehensive guide to address these concerns and foster a sense of security for seniors and their families.
Looking for senior care can be stressful and confusing, and you may be unsure where to start. Whether you’re looking for a senior living community or help with in-home care, caring.com is here to help you understand your options, learn about financing and guide you through the process.
Moving as a senior comes with its own set of unique challenges. Our guide covers advice on how to know you’re ready for a move, what to look for in a new home, and how to transition smoothly. We’ll also talk about how to find the best storage options and what kind of moving companies have tailored their moving services to the specific needs of seniors.
List of all nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the United States to help individuals identify all available options in their geographic area. You can use the maps found on the state pages to scroll to your region, or you can use the tables to search by city or zip code.
Nursing homes are a popular and affordable option that can help seniors with long-term care and housing needs. Unfortunately, choosing the best facility to meet individual needs can be inundating and time-consuming for aging adults and families. Resource to help seniors and their loved ones explore the different facilities available to them, costs, and payment options .
For seniors looking to re-enter the workforce. The resource includes instructions on how to use the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), resources for older veterans, and state-specific job boards and employment resources.
Studies on the benefits of reading in the latter years of life have continually shown that reading can significantly improve memory and episodic recall, as well as fluency. Seniors who enjoy reading and want to explore new ways to enjoy this hobby can benefit from visiting their local library.
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