Aging Life Care

Aging Life Care™ (ALC)

Care Coordination which connects older adults (and those with chronic medical or mental health needs) with a trusted advisor/coordinator to help navigate the many complex issues that come with changes in health and/or living situations. A sliding fee scale is available based on income and ability to pay.


ALC Independence

This service offers resources and assistance to elder refugees and other low-income adults who may require a more hands-on-approach to services due to multiple barriers within the community setting. Assistance with medical advocacy, scheduling appointments, transportation, sorting mail, completing paperwork, enhancing social support and more are available…

ALC Connect (Remote Technology)

The goal of Connect is to offer support, resources and assistance through the use of SMART technology to reduce isolation and loneliness often experienced by Seniors and/or Caregivers. This service is geared for those living in rural communities who want caregiver coaching advice or simply a listening ear. Supports are available in group or individual formats.


Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
Qualified Service Provider


HCBS Community Transition

The purpose of this program is to assist individuals that are eligible to transition from an institution or other living situation that is operated by a provider to living in a private residence where the individual is responsible for their own living expenses. Community Transition Services include Transition Coordination and one-time transition costs.


HCBS Respite

Provides (respite) care to an eligible individual on a short-term basis to provide temporary relief to the primary (live-in) caregiver from the stress and demands associated with care.  Respite care may be provided in the client's home or other designated/approved location.



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