Community Resources for Older Adults provides comprehensive, up-to-date information on programs, services, and policies pertaining to older adults. Authors Robbyn R. Wacker and Karen A. Roberto build reader awareness of programs and discuss how to better understand help-seeking behavior, as well as explain ways to take advantage of the resources available to older adults/5(39). Dec 13, · The Home and Community-Based Supportive Services (HCBS) program, established in , provides grants to states and territories using a formula based primarily on their share of the national population aged 60 and over. The grants fund a broad array of services that enable older adults to remain in their homes for as long as possible.
Community Resources for Older Adults S A C R A M E N T O A R E A compiled by Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Alliance () xxxcum.xyz T his directory is designed to help seniors, their families and those who provide services to seniors in our community. New York Connects Program of Queens is the first stop for older adults, people of all ages with disabilities, and their families to access long-term care resources. The goal of the program is to provide consistent, comprehensive, locally-based information and assistance on long-term services and supports for individuals, caregivers, and families.