Their goal is to promote the improvement of the quality of life for their regionís older population. They strive to ensure continuity of care while allowing our older population to remain in their own homes, thus maintaining independence, dignity, and respect while preventing institutionalization. Although older individuals may receive services under many other Federal programs, today the OAA is considered to be the major vehicle for the organization and delivery of social and nutrition services to this group and their caregivers. Visit their site to learn about all the services they provide.
Texas Health and Human Services provides a range of services for older Texans that help ensure their well-being, dignity and choice. Programs also are in place to support family caregivers.
Our Vision - Eliminate hunger, alleviate isolation, and foster independence among seniors, in partnership with volunteers and the community. SERVICES: Home-delivered meals, Weekend meals,Breakfast meals, Emergency meals,Senior center meals,Community referrals,Dietary consultations, AniMeals, Friendly Visitor Volunteers, Comfy Casas.
Help for older adults and people with disabilities. When you are looking for information about services in the community to address aging and disability needs, the South Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center can help you learn about local, public and privately paid options. The South Texas ADRC has trained professional staff who can help you and your family with immediate needs, or help you plan for the future. One FREE call. Talk to a trained professional.
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