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The Adult Evaluation and Review Services aim to assist functionally challenged and chronically ill adults eighteen years of age and older in maintaining a quality lifestyle in their place of residence, despite the trials that they face.
The Department of Aging and Disabilities serves as court-appointed guardian of person for Anne Arundel County residents age 65 years or older who are unable to make health and personal decisions for themselves due to a physical or mental disability.
Free Legal Assistance, Advice, and Representation
A FREE service available to organizations, churches, clubs, businesses and other groups.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990.
Assisted Living Program: The Assisted Living Program monitors the services residents receive in small (4-16 bed) assisted living facilities to ensure that residents receive appropriate care and services.
A financial assistance grant available to functionally and financially qualified residents of approved 4-16 bed assisted living facilities.
Maryland's Community First Choice Option provides community services and supports that enable older adults and people with disabilities to live in their own homes in the community.
Provides assistance with activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living.
For persons 18 years and older with a disability.
A private tax exempt organization helping older adults and individuals with disabilities.
Community Options Waiver enables adults 18 and older to remain in a community setting even though their advanced age or disability would warrant placement in a long-term care facility.
More than just a meal!
Subsidized and independent living apartments for senior citizens, retirement communities and continuing care retirement communities.
The goal of the Long Term Care Bureau is to identify adults (18 years or older) who are at risk of entering a nursing home, to assist them to remain safely in the community for as long as possible.
Advocating for residents of Nursing and Assisted Living Homes.
MAP can provide information and assistance on numerous services available to older adults.
Providing visitation for those who need friendship, P.A.W.S.
Providing financial management services to physically and/or mentally impaired Anne Arundel County adult residents who are not fully capable of managing their limited income retirement/social security checks.
A registry of self-employed home care workers who can provide direct, hands-on personal care or companion care in order provide relief from the constant stress and responsibility of caring for a frail, disabled or elderly person at home.
A place to learn, make friends, volunteer… Senior Activity Centers provide a wide array of educational programs, recreational activities, health screenings, seminars, and classes in art, crafts, computer use, dance and many other topics
Senior Center Plus is a structured, supervised day program for those seniors who may not be able to navigate the Senior Activity Centers independently.
Support your local farmers' markets!
The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities offers a unique reduced cost dining out program.
The goal of the Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Program is to educate and empower beneficiaries to take an active role in the detection and prevention of health care fraud and abuse, with a focus on the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
You may gain more then you give..
SHIP provides free, confidential one-on-one health insurance counseling and information to Medicare-eligible persons and their families.
Free help with preparing tax returns.