With so many options and so much information out in the world, how do you navigate it all? We’re working every day to help demystify the aging process and senior living. You’re invited to explore these resources to help you in your search.
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Please ask to speak to our Administrator if you have questions or concerns about financial options and assistance. We understand that sometimes there are challenges with selling a house or going through the paperwork of getting approved for some programs such as Veterans Aid and Attendance.
We partner with several agencies and have resources that may be of benefit. Contact us to discuss your situation and learn about what options might be available to you.
The website allows visitors to conduct business with and get information from the government, all in one place. There are links that connect to many federal government agencies. You can find nursing homes and view nursing home records (whether they have been in compliance), and get information on Medicare, Medicaid, food assistance, compare different Medicare plans, Veterans Health Administration, National Women's Health Resource Center, and more. The website also provides links to government information and services, organized around broad categories, which are shown on the left side of most pages. You can get information on benefits (both cash and medical), health and nutrition, consumer protection, services such as Postal Service, housing, and transportation, employment and volunteer activities, taxes, travel and leisure, education and training, and other links.
Find local support groups in central Arizona, information and Alzheimer’s-related support services at the Desert Southwest Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Your local Agency on Aging is a free resource center for seniors and older adults. This agency is also responsible for the volunteer long-term care ombudsman program and elder abuse prevention.
A free, easy-to-use service that identifies federal and state assistance programs for older U.S. residents. Researching these programs used to be a time-consuming, frustrating experience, but the National Council on the Aging has created BenefitsCheckUp to help older adults quickly identify programs that may improve the quality of their lives. Family and friends can also obtain facts about benefits that their loved ones may qualify for. You may be surprised to learn what benefits are available to you, regardless of your income.
Valley seniors have the option to use Valley Metro’s Dial-A-Ride service for their ADA transportation needs. Some cities in Maricopa County have elected to provide these services for seniors age 65 and above. Rules for these services vary by community, but most require the completion of an application and proof of age and residency.
Senior Center- City of Chandler
The network of recreation facilities in Chandler offer a variety of activities, classes, and programs for residents of all ages. Discover some of the reasons that Chandler was named one of the “5 Best Places to Live” by AARP magazine!
Veterans Angels, Inc. is a non-profit corporation devoted to assisting senior veterans and spouses obtain a little known; little used tax-free benefit more commonly referred to as the “Aid and Attendance Special Pension.” This service is free to all veterans.