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Hillsdale County residents are served by Region 2 AAA
 
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2013 Community Needs Assessment
 
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Adult Day Services Daytime care provided for functionally impaired adults through a structured program of social and rehabilitative and/or maintenance services in a supporting group setting other than the clientís home.
Caregiver Education, Support & Training Each of these services is designed to support family caregivers and provide information and outreach so that they may access services to assist them in their caregiver role.  Services such as:
Educational materials
Transportation
Support groups & counseling
Training events
Specialized assistance w. unique needs
Case Coordination & Support Assessment of an older personís needs and arrangement of needed services from community agencies.
Chore Non-continuous household maintenance tasks intended to increase the safety of the individual(s) living at the residence including snow shoveling, raking leaves, and mowing.
Congregate Meals Provision of nutritious meals in a congregate, community setting.
Disease Prevention/Health Promotion

An evidence-based program that provides information and support to individuals with the intent to assist them in avoiding illness and improving health status.  Programs include: Creating Confident Caregivers, PATH, Matter of Balance, Silver Sneakers, Healthy IDEAS, and Arthritis Aquatics Program.

Home Care Assistance Help with routine household tasks to maintain an adequate living environment, such as light housekeeping, laundry, and dishes. And, assistance with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and eating.
Home Delivered Meals Provision of nutritious meals delivered to homebound elders who are unable to prepare food themselves.
Home Repair/ Maintenance Improvement to an older personís home to prevent or remedy a sub-standard condition or safety hazard, such as repairing roof, siding, or plumbing.
Information & Assistance Assistance to individuals in finding and working with appropriate human service providers that can meet their needs.
Legal Services Provision of legal advice and representation by an attorney. Counseling or representation by a non-lawyer other appropriate assistance by a paralegal or law student under supervision of an attorney is included.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Provides information to consumers planning for their own care, for an elderly relative, or disabled friend.  Information on specific long-term care options, choices, quality, and financing is available.
MMAP Provides free health insurance information and counseling on Medicaid and Medicare and other related issues. The local Commission On Aging offices in each county are MMAP sites. Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program.
Respite Provides companionship, supervision and/or assistance with activities of daily living for mentally or physically disabled and frail elderly persons in the absence of the primary care giver(s). May be provided at the clientís residence or at other locations.
Transportation Transporting older adults to and from community facilities in order to receive support services, reduce isolation, and otherwise promote independent living.