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    Adult Evaluation and Review Services

    (AERS) provides assistance to aged and functionally disabled adults who are at risk of institutionalization. Staff conducts a comprehensive evaluation to identity services needed to help the individuals remain in their homes, or in the least restrictive environment. There is no charge for this service. Case management services for income eligible clients are provided to assist individuals with obtaining recommended services.

    Senior Care

    Services are available to individuals over the age of 65 who wish to remain in their own home but are at risk of nursing home placement. Case Management services as well as assistance with accessing in-home care, supplies, medications, adult daycare, and transportation are available to eligible individuals. This program is administered through the combined efforts of the Office of Aging, the Department of Social Services, and the Health Department.

    Personal Care Program

    The Medical Assistance Personal Care Program helps qualified disabled, chronically ill, and elderly persons to remain in their homes by providing assistance with some of the activities of daily living. This Program can assist with services such as bathing and skin care, grooming and hygiene, toileting and dressing, meal preparation, assistance with feeding, and mobility. To apply you must be financially eligible for Medicaid, need hands-on personal care, have physician approval for services and be under a physician’s care for chronic illness or physical or mental disability. To apply for Medical Assistance Program services or for more information, call the program manager at 410- 819-5640.