Aging Services contracts with 11 AAA in Oklahoma to provide free services to residents 60 years and older. Services provided: congregate and home-delivered meals, evidence-based health promotion, nutrition education, in-home assistance, outreach, legal services, transportation, long-term care ombudsman.
Advantage Waiver programs include adult day health, home-delivered meals, skilled nursing, case management, therapy and specialized medical equipment and supplies. Money Follows the Person is a federal program designed to transition individuals with disabilities and long-term illnesses from the institution back into their homes in the community. PACE helps adults with long-term care needs live as freely as possible through low- cost but quality health care services. SoonerCare is Oklahoma’s Medicaid health coverage program that helps pay some or all medical bills for many Oklahomans who cannot afford them.
Respite services can provide a much-needed temporary break from the often exhausting challenges faced by the family caregivers. Respite vouchers let caregivers hire another person to temporarily care for their loved ones.
The Oklahoma Transit Association is composed of 34 urban, small urban, suburban, rural and tribal transit agencies in the state that share the common priority of providing and improving mobility and access for all Oklahomans.
The VA offers a number of services for veterans and their caregivers. Whether you and the veteran you care for could use additional help at home or you just need someone to talk to, contact the VA to learn more.
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