Aging and Disability Resource Centers

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    Programs that create a single, coordinated system of information and access for older adults and people with disabilities who are seeking long term support to minimize confusion, enhance individual choice, and support informed decision-making. ADRC centers serve as a single point of entry to public long term support programs and services. They offer information and counseling regarding available long term support options; assist individuals in determining their eligibility for public long term support programs and benefits including level of care determinations for Medicaid nursing facility and home and community-based service waiver programs; provide short-term case management to stabilize long term supports for individuals and their families in times of immediate need; help people plan for their future long term support needs; and provide information about and referral to other programs and benefits (such as health promotion and disease prevention, transportation services, housing and income support programs) that help people remain in the community.

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    Information/Referral ServicesAlzheimer's Association of Northeastern New York maintains a unique multi-media resource center filled with the latest books, DVDs and articles on dealing with Alzheimer's disease and caring for persons with Alzheimer's disease. These resources can be accessed at the Albany office or the Cooperstown office. A resource center is also housed at the Warren County Office for the Aging.AlbanyRESOURCE CENTERALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
    LONG-TERM/FUTURE PLANNING AND CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIESAssists families of individuals with disabilities to plan for the future by creating an individualized life plan and recording important personal(unique, vital and irreplaceable) information. Provides support services such as direct care, guidance and advocacy.LONG-TERM/FUTURE PLANNING AND CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIESDISABLED AND ALONE/LIFE SERVICES FOR THE HANDICAPPED, INC.
    VISIONS CENTER ON AGINGServes older adults who are blind or visually impaired by offering a full array of customized service programs ranging for benefits assistance to health and wellness programs in a fully accessible facility. Also offers a hot dinner meal Monday-Friday.VISIONS CENTER ON BLINDNESSVISIONS-SERVICES FOR THE BLIND/VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    VISIONS/HEBREW HOME V.I.P. SOCIAL ADULT DAY PROGRAMServes older adults who are blind or visually impaired by offering the opportunity for stimulation and companionship via adapted activities. Allows seniors to leave their homes and be socially and physically active while being monitored and supervised by a professional team.VISIONS/HEBREW HOME V.I.P. SOCIAL ADULT DAY PROGRAMVISIONS-SERVICES FOR THE BLIND/VISUALLY IMPAIRED

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