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Answers for the Aging

A FREE telephone-based information and referral service for older adults and caregivers.

Our Purpose

We provide free information, referrals, and options to older adults and caregivers in an effort to help them make informed decisions about senior life issues.

Who We Serve

We’re here to listen, talk and provide information to older adults, their families, friends and caregivers to help them make decisions about senior life issues.
Our caring staff is experienced and waiting to help answer questions on topics such as understanding your options for housing, in-home care, senior health care, community resources and much more; planning for the future; maintaining your independence; caring for a loved one or friend.

Services

  • Housing
  • In-Home Care
  • Senior Health Care
  • Community Resources
  • Future Planning
  • Maintaining Independence
  • Senior Care

“Being a part of the Answers for the Aging program is most rewarding, as it allows me to connect with a diversity of people. As callers share their needs, they expect and receive the guidance they are calling for as choices and options are shared. Many callers voice their appreciation for the help but, for me, the real pleasure is in talking with them and in knowing that I can be of service.”

Contact

For general inquiries, please call or send a message.

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