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Resources For Seniors

In addition to being ready to answer your call for at-home care 24 hours a day, we are here to recommend you and your family resources for seniors. We understand you or your loved one need a full spectrum of support that goes beyond the at-home care services we provide. That’s why we offer suggested resources in the Central Oregon area for networks and services including:

  • Meal Preparation
  • Transportation for Errands & Appointments
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Central Oregon Council on Aging

The agency’s 30 employees, along with nearly 700 volunteers, provide a variety of services (Dial-A-Ride, Senior Centers, Meals on Wheels, etc.) designed to help seniors live independently and in their own homes for as long as they desire.

Department of Human Services

Aging & People with Disabilities offers information and services for seniors and people with physical disabilities. The website also provides information about aging, health-related issues, receiving and providing caregiving services, how to obtain legal, housing, food and financial help; and support and advocacy for older Oregonians.

Non Profit Organizations

Alzheimer’s Association
800-272-3900
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support, and research.

American Diabetic Association

American Cancer Society

American Heart Association

Parkinson’s Resources

Information Resources

AARP

WebMD/Depression

Government Resources for Seniors

USA.gov/Seniors