Senior and Disability Services is responsible for responding to all allegations of abuse or neglect involving persons 65 years or older and people with physical disabilities 18 years or older.
Senior and Disability Services is dedicated to preserving services to seniors and people with disabilities.
Finding the right services can be a daunting task. The Aging and Disability Resource Connection, or ADRC, is a free service that offers the public a single source for information and assistance on issues affecting older people, people with disabilities and their caregivers, regardless of their income.
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Case managers can help seniors and adults with physical disabilities, who need assistance managing activities of daily living access the services and resources they need. Options Counseling is a free service provided though ADRC to all seniors and people with disabilities (18 and over) to help them plan for their long-term care needs.
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You may qualify to get help paying for your Medicare premiums. The Medicare Savings Program, also known as the Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries program (QMB) is a Medicaid program that helps people with Medicare pay for their medical care.
The Oregon Money Management Program provides free assistance to older adults with personal money management tasks through specially trained and certified volunteers. Program services are personalized, confidential and safe.