The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging Adult Day Program will give your loved one a place to enjoy social and therapeutic programs, while providing you peace of mind knowing that they are in a supportive environment. Our staff has expertise in social work, nursing and caring for individuals with memory loss. Enrolling your loved one in our Adult Day Program will also give you the much needed time to go to work, complete household tasks, participate in activities you enjoy or simply rest.
Benefits Check-ups provide seniors with information about help that may be available to pay some bills. A Benefits Check-up will let you know if you can get help paying Medicare premiums, prescription costs, heating bills, phone bills and other expenses. You might also learn about nutrition and food stamp programs, property tax relief, home energy assistance programs and senior employment programs.
The City provides subsidized bus rides to seniors through the Senior Transportation connection. To enroll in the program and register for rides, phone the Senior Transportation Connection ator learn more at the Senior Transportation Connection website. Meals on Wheels, an international organization focused on delivering meals and friendship to those with decreased mobility, operates locally in the Shaker Heights, University Heights, Shaker Square, and Beachwood area.
Adults with developmental disabilities often prefer to be as independent as possible. Many will enter the workforce and others will choose to spend their days in non-work environments. While integrated, competitive work is ideal, some individuals might need additional supports.
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HEAP, Homestead exemption, and tax credits. Calendar of benefits screening dates available online. The Community Office on Aging works across all of the Division of Senior and Adult Services and identifies new funding streams that enable DSAS to better deliver programs and services, and advocates for the passage of legislation that will improve the lives of older and disabled residents of Cuyahoga County.
Each year brings new faces, new challenges and new opportunities. This year was no exception. The organization maintained a healthy attendance at all of its meetings, and members heard presentations from city, county and state officials who have the potential to impact senior issues, including:. Reports from many Community Solutions staff members throughout the year provided statistics and expertise to better prepare COOP members to advocate for, and educate, seniors.
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