Are You Caring For Someone?

I Care For SomeoneFamily care giving knows no boundaries. Whether you provide care for a loved one at home or are responsible for someone in a long-term residence down the block or miles away, you are a caregiver.

Care giving takes many forms:

  • Transporting your loved one to doctors’ appointments
  • Keeping your loved one’s home clean
  • Assisting your loved one with bathing, dressing or grooming
  • Helping your loved one with financial concerns etc.
  • Contacting your loved one daily to discuss concerns and fears
  • Coordinating services for a loved one who lives in another state.

If you care for someone and are looking for helpful services and resources, you will find the relevant programs in the tabs below. Select the appropriate tab, and then select any of the services/programs to learn more.

  • Benefits Assistance Program
    Objective information about Medicare and other health insurance benefits for seniors, the disabled, and caregivers.

  • 24-Hour Senior HELP Line
    A one-stop resource staffed with professionals who can link you to the information, assistance and resources that best meets your needs.

  • Care Transitions (Healing@Home)
    A community-based program for Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries who’ve been recently hospitalized and are at risk of readmission.

  • Health Promotion
    A comprehensive program at senior centers to improve health with a balanced approach to both the mental and physical well-being of older adults.

  • ElderVention®
    Addressing the mental health and well-being of older adults through counseling, support groups and community education.

  • HIV Care Directions®
    A program providing medical & support case management services to those 18 years and older who are HIV positive.

  • 24-Hour Senior HELP Line
    A one-stop resource staffed with professionals who can link you to the information, assistance and resources that best meets your needs.

  • HIV Care Directions®
    A program providing medical & support case management services to those 18 years and older who are HIV positive.

  • 24-Hour Senior HELP Line
    A one-stop resource staffed with professionals who can link you to the information, assistance and resources that best meets your needs.

  • Care Transitions (Healing@Home)
    A community-based program for Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries who’ve been recently hospitalized and are at risk of readmission.

  • Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL)
    The umbrella program through which we provide case managed services to adults 60+, and adults 18+ with physical disabilities.

  • Congregate Meals
    Participating senior centers offer hot, nutritious lunches to help seniors maintain a well-balanced diet in a community setting.

  • Family Caregiver Support
    This program assesses and addresses the needs of family caregivers. Respite services provide a short interval of rest for the caregiver.

  • 24-Hour Senior HELP Line
    A one-stop resource staffed with professionals who can link you to the information, assistance and resources that best meets your needs.

  • Legal Assistance
    Working in collaboration with the Arizona Senior Citizens Law Project, the Area Agency provides legal assistance to low-income seniors age 60 and older, individuals with disabilities, or their caregivers in Maricopa County.

  • 24-Hour Senior HELP Line
    A one-stop resource staffed with professionals who can link you to the information, assistance and resources that best meets your needs.

  • Adult Day Health Care
    ADHC offers care and supervised activities during the day for seniors and adults with disabilities.

  • R&R Respite
    The R&R Respite Care Center is a social adult day center in Wickenburg, offering caregivers a respite break from providing daily care.

Need more help? You can access useful phone numbers and websites, find support groups, or download the Area Agency’s Elder Resource Guide on our resources page, dedicated to those of you who are caring for someone.

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Contact us for more information about our services or with any questions or concerns. You can call our 24-Hour Senior HELP LINE at 602-264-HELP (4357), Toll Free at 888-783-7500. For the hard of hearing and deaf, TEXT (520) 775-1899 SMS (Short Message Service).

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