Remaining at Home

According to AARP surveys, more than 3 out of 4 people say they hope to remain in their home or community as they age.  However, age may bring some challenges with remaining safely at home or in community and help may be needed in order to make that possible.  When in-home or supportive services are needed the following resources may be of assistance.  However, it is always best to plan for future needs if possible, as some resources may have waiting lists or specific eligibility or admission requirements. 

In general, most of the Older Americans Act (OAA) funded services administered through Triangle J Area Agency on Aging require that the applicant be age 60 or older, but some service providers may have other funding or resources available. 

 

 View our Regional Resource Directory of OAA Funded Services

 

Other services or programs of interest:

Adult Day Services and PACE

Housing and Home Repair

Heat and Cooling Programs

Consumer-Directed Services

Medicaid Community Alternatives Program

 

 

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