Case management and services designed to avert nursing home placement of individuals desiring to remain in the community.
“Eating Together” Program: 5 sites located throughout the county provide well balanced meals to persons 60 years of age or older and their spouse regardless of age.
A nutritionally balanced meal is delivered to frail homebound elderly five days a week.
Social, recreational, educational opportunities, trips, legal assistance are offered to older adults at Senior Centers and Eating Together Sites.
Persons 60+ are provided assistance in accessing the complex world of services and benefits.
Assistance regarding Medicare health insurance, including supplemental policies, prescription coverage, long term care insurance and how to access programs available through the State of Maryland.
Flowery Vale Health and Fitness Center provides a holistic approach to the health and fitness of adults 50 year of age and older. Yoga, Stability Ball, Water Aerobics, Core Workout, Zumba and Bootcamp classes are offered on a monthly basis.
Many volunteer opportunities are available to individuals interested in assisting the elderly. The Sr. Aide Employment Program provides employment and training to individuals meeting program criteria.
In-home service to seniors 65+ enabling them to remain independently in their home is available through the Sr. Care Program. Assistance with Respite Care for families caring for Alzheimer’s patients or persons with related disorders is offered.
By court appointment, the AAA acts as guardian of person for disabled elderly 65 years of age or older.
Trained staff ensure that the rights of residents of long term care facilities are upheld and that they receive the quality of care they are entitled to under the law.
National Family Caregiver Support Program
Provides assistance to family members who are the caregivers to individuals 60 years and older or to grandparents and other relatives age 55 and older who have assumed care of a child 18 years of age or younger.