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Alzheimer's and Dementia Resourceshttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/Pages/AlzheimersandDementia.aspxAlzheimer's and Dementia ResourcesIllinois Department on Aging, in partnership with the Area Agencies on Aging and their providers, provides home and community-based education, support, and resources to persons with dementia and their caregivers.
Benefit Access Programhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/benefitsaccess/Pages/default.aspxBenefit Access ProgramBenefits for seniors and persons with disabilities, such as a fee discount on license plates and free rides on fixed-route transits. Eligibility is determined by age, disability, residency and income.
Report Elder Abuse (Adult Protective Services)https://www2.illinois.gov/aging/protectionadvocacy/pages/abuse_reporting.aspxReport Elder Abuse (Adult Protective Services)APS protects adults ages 60 or older and people with disabilities ages 18-59. Suspected abuse can be reported through the APS hotline. APS is locally coordinated through 45 provider agencies; caseworkers receive reports, conduct investigations and work with older adults to resolve abusive situations.
Long Term Care Ombudsmanhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/LTCOmbudsman/Pages/default.aspxLong Term Care OmbudsmanMandated by the Federal Older Americans Act and the Illinois Act on Aging, the Illinois Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCOP) is a resident-directedadvocacy program which protects and improves the quality of life for residents in a variety of long-term care settings. Ombudsmen work to resolve problems of individual residents and to bring about changes at the local, state and national levels to improve care. Ombudsman work is directed by the resident.
Community Care Program (CCP)https://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/ccp/Pages/default.aspxCommunity Care Program (CCP)Older adults in Illinois ages 60+ who are eligible for Medicaid recieve services through the Community Care Program (CCP). This program is designed to prevent unnecessary intstitutionalization of older adults who have difficulty with household and personal care tasks. Core services include in-home, adult day and emergency home response.
Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) https://www2.illinois.gov/aging/ship/pages/default.aspxSenior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) is a free statewide health insurance counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries and their caregivers. The helpline can answer questions on Medicare, Medicaid, enrollment, drug plan information, and more.
Elderly Nutrition Programhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/nutrition/Pages/nutrition.aspxElderly Nutrition ProgramThe Nutrition Program for older adults provides nutritionally balanced meals in congregate meal settings, provides home delivered meals, promotes socialization and the health and well-being of older adults across the state.
Senior Health Assistance Program (SHAP)https://www2.illinois.gov/aging/resources/documents/shap_list.pdfSenior Health Assistance Program (SHAP)Provides technical assistance, phone support and counseling in order to help Medicare beneficiaries eligible for the Medicare Part D benefit select and enroll in Part D plans and eligible persons (including those under the age of 60) to apply for Medicare Savings Programs (MSP), Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Low-Income Subsidy (LIS) Program, Medicare Part B Prevention and Wellness benefit and other prescription drug assistance program options.
Find Assistance for Grandparents Raising Grandchildrenhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/caregiver/Pages/grg.aspxFind Assistance for Grandparents Raising GrandchildrenIDoA and the Illinois Task Force on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren work to locate, assist, and promote awareness of grandparent-headed households. The program has established support groups; financial and technical assistance; and referral assistance.
Find Assistance in My Home & Community for Seniorshttps://webapps.illinois.gov/AGE/ProviderProfileSearchFind Assistance in My Home & Community for SeniorsCCP is a major initiative to prevent the unnecessary intstitutionalization of older adults in Illinois, ages 60+ who have difficulty with household and personal care tasks. Services include in-home, adult day and emergency home response.
Find the Right Long-Term Care Facilityhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/pages/ccir-default.aspxFind the Right Long-Term Care FacilityPersons ages 60+ seeking admission into a nursing home must go through the IDoA screening process. During the process, all persons seeking information are provided with all short and long-term care options, regardless of income or DON score.
Older American Serviceshttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/Pages/OlderAdultServices.aspxOlder American ServicesOlder Americans Act (OAA) funded programs serve older adults who reside in neighborhoods throughout Illinois.
Automated Medication Dispenser Programhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/Pages/Automated-Medication-Dispenser-(AMD).aspxAutomated Medication Dispenser ProgramThe Medication Management Demonstration (MMDP) seeks to reduce medication error rates and improve outcomes in clients who have historically been challenged by managing multiple medications at home. An in-home assessment will be completed for each client and a certified pharmacist will conduct comprehensive medication reconciliation and review.
Senior Community Service Employment Programhttps://www2.illinois.gov/aging/programs/Pages/employ.aspxSenior Community Service Employment ProgramThe Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) assists adults age 55 and older in entering or reentering the job market. This program fosters and promotes part-time and temporary community service opportunities that contribute to the general welfare of the community.