Finding the Right Program
Information that may assist you.
Planning ahead for long-term health care needs can reduce stress and ensure that personal choices are observed and that financial resources are put to best use. Planning ahead is never easy, but skilled staff at the Area Agency on Aging can help you explore your options and develop a care plan.
A professional long-term care assessment consultant (a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Social Worker) will meet with you and your family for a free in-home evaluation of your current situation and future options. He or she will explain services available, discuss eligibility requirements and financial resources required, and help determine your needs and wishes. For more information on our programs please follow the links below or at anytime call 1-800-945-4250.
Provides an in-home alternative to nursing home care for low-income seniors. Services available through Passport include: personal care, homemaker services, home delivered meals, minor home modification and repairs, medical equipment, and emergency response systems. Read More
The RSS program provides financial assistance to eligible aged, blind, or disabled adults in a group setting. Read More
A one-stop shop for all your caregiving needs, including: information consultations, in-home one-on-one skills training, speakers for groups, educational workshops, and a multi-media lending library. Read More
The Assisted Living waiver program helps certain Medicaid eligible Ohioans receive assisted living services in a residential care facility. Read More
Provides professionally-managed support and service to older adults that have multiple problems with daily living tasks and skills. Case Management is provided at no charge. A sliding fee scale, based on income and financial resources, requires partial payment for direct services provided. Read More
Protecting the rights of Long-Term Care residents through: Complaint investigation, Consumer Advocacy, Placement Assistance, & Elder Rights Protection. Read More
The mission of the Long Term Care Consultation program is to. Read More
Pre-Admission Review (PAR) Screening consists of two separate pre-admission screening processes that are required prior to an individual entering a Medicaid certified nursing facility, PASRR (PAS) and Level of Care (LOC). Read More