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    Programs that evaluate an individual's capacity for self-care and his or her ability to function independently in the context of everyday living and which, where necessary, may recommend rehabilitative services (e.g., independent living skills instruction), supportive services (e.g., attendant care, personal care or home health care), or an alternative residential setting (e.g., an assisted living center or nursing facility). Activities of daily living include bathing, eating, dressing, mobility, transferring from bed to chair and using the toilet. Most assessments also include instrumental activities of daily living such as using the telephone, taking medication, money management, housework, meal preparation, laundry and grocery shopping. Evaluation services are generally provided for individuals who have physical and/or mental limitations or for people whose age may constitute a temporary (children) or developing (elderly) limitation.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Berks County Area Agency On Aging - AssessmentAn in-home assessment is completed with an older person to determine individuals needs. A plan is developed that provides the necessary support to meet these needs so the individual may remain at home. A care manager may be assigned to provide on going support and assistance.BerksBerks County Area Agency on AgingBerks County Area Agency on Aging
    Blair Senior Services, Inc. Activities of Daily Living AssessmentDaily living assessment activities.BlairBlair Senior Services Placement ServicesBlair Senior Services, Inc.
    Carbon County Area Agency on AgingArea Agencies on Aging provide local services, act as advocates, and generally assist older citizens to remain active in their communities. They operate under guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. Services include: - Senior Centers and other activities - Legal Assistance - Benefit Counseling/Assistance with applications - Volunteer Opportunities - Ombudsman Services - Pre-admission Assessment - Transportation - Provides Caregiver Support Program - Provides daily hands-on care - Protective Services for older adults to investigate reports of abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment and services to reduce risk for incapacitated persons. - Senior Farmer's Market Program distributes free vouchers for residents age 60 or older that meet income guidelines Core services offered after a clinical evaluation: - In-home services - In-home meals - Care/Case management - Consumer reimbursement - Adult Day Care - Personal Emergency Response System - Personal Care services Information and referral service provides information on the availability of services and programs for older adults. Services may be delivered directly, purchased from a community agency, or available through a cooperative agreement. CarbonCarbon County Area Agency on AgingCarbon County Area Agency on Aging
    Clarion Area Agency on Aging - AssessmentAssessments and reassessments are completed wherever the older adult is located to determine if the applicant is eligible or appropriate for AAA services, nursing or personal care home placement, or waiver services.ClarionClarion Area Agency on AgingClarion Area Agency on Aging
    Community and School-Based Resource CenterSpeech/language, psychological, physical and occupational therapy, audiologic assistive device/augmentative communication, functional vision, educational achievement, developmental assessment, vocational assessment, and activities of daily living assessment.DauphinCapital Area Intermediate UnitCapital Area Intermediate Unit
    Cumberland County Aging & Community Services - OPTIONS - AssessmentAssistance with Personal Care such as bathing, dressing and grooming, meal prep, PERS (Personal Emergency Response Services) and Adult Day Care.CumberlandCumberland County Aging & Community ServicesCumberland County Aging & Community Services
    Elmcroft Senior Living - Lewisburg - Activities of Daily Living AssessmentUnionElmcroft Senior Living - LewisburgElmcroft Senior Living
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee - Central Office - Aging Care ManagementThe Area Agency on Aging (AAA) provides for the physical, social, & emotional needs of the senior citizens of Erie County through informal and formal supports that enable seniors to make informed choices, to be safe, to remain independent, and to be involved in the community. A small co-payment is required for some services. These services, provided through the mandates of the Older American’s Act, are designed to respond to those seniors remaining active and involved in their community, being cared for in their home where they feel comfortable,requiring placement services, and requiring protection and advocacy. Care Management provides an in-depth evaluation of client needs and the facilitation of the most appropriate services and monitors those services and the person’s individual service. Services Include: Home Support- assistance with laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and grocery shopping. Meals on Wheels- provides hot noontime meals to predominately homebound older adults delivered by volunteers. Sack meals are available for evenings and weekends determined by the service plan. Adult Day Care- subsidized day care which provides a structured, secure environment with daily activities and programs. Personal Assistance Services- provides or assists an individual with such needs as bathing (tub, bed bath, shower), washing hair, grooming, shaving, nail care, foot care, dressing, skin care, mouth care, and oral hygiene through a consumer directed approach. Home Support- assistance with medicine, personal hygiene, nail care, hairdressing, picking out coordinated outfits, help with getting dressed or applying makeup. Home Health- registered nursing services not covered by Medicare may be covered in the home short term and for medication distribution. Medical Supplies- assistance with medical supply needs.ErieGreater Erie Community Action Committee - Central OfficeGreater Erie Community Action Committee
    Ikor of the Brandywine River and Greater Philadelphia - Patient Advocacy, Telemedicine & Trustee ServicesIkor can provide medical, environmental, and psychosocial assessments resulting in a plan for care and living arrangements. We also provide advocacy services to help ensure ongoing quality assurance through random, unannounced spot checks of various care providers. Please contact us for more information about this program.ChesterIKOR of Brandywine Valley & IKOR of Greater PhiladelphiaIKOR of Brandywine Valley & IKOR of Greater Philadelphia
    Lancaster County Office of AgingOffers a wide range of support services to older Lancaster County residents with the goal of allowing them to maintain their independence and self-sufficiency. Most services available to persons ages 60 and over, except for the 55+ Job Bank, Job Bank Workshop and Senior Community Services Employment Program which begins at age 55 and older. Domiciliary Care, long term Care Assessments and Caregiver Support Program available for persons 18 years and older. Services for 60 years and older: -Older Adult Daily Living Centers provided for persons with functional disabilities. Also provides daytime respite care to caregivers. Nursing services and mid-day meal are provided. Contracts with Landis Homes, Lancaster Generations, Masonic Homes, Moravian Center and Garden Spot Village to provide these services. -Home Delivered Meals - Work in cooperation with Meals on Wheels and other sources for homebound elderly persons -Emergency Fuel Assistance is provided as a last resort after a caseworker has assessed all other options. -Respite Care gives caregiver relief -Information & Referral assists persons to identify their needs, link them to appropriate services, and to share up-to-date information on issues affecting older persons. The Transportation Specialist, is also part of the I & R unit -Lawyer Referral Program for the Elderly: Clients are referred to participating attorneys who will offer advice on a broad range of legal issues. Initial 1/2 hour consultation is $5; Fees need to be discussed with the attorney for consultation over a half hour -Ombudsman Program investigates patient care concerns about nursing homes, personal care homes, and home health agencies -Protective Services: Intensive casework for persons who are abused, exploited, neglected, abandoned or who are unable to carry out activities of daily living due to mental or physical impairment, which is placing them at risk of imminent harm - Property Tax and Rent Rebate forms are available with assistance to complete them also available - Senior Centers offer noon meals and a variety of activities in the following county areas: Columbia, Elizabethtown, Lancaster, Lititz, Millersville, Quarryville and Reinholds - Flu Shots are usually offered in the Fall at the Senior Centers - Transportation to medical appointments and senior centers using Red Rose Access for those who are eligible - offers Health and Wellness Programs to promote healthier lifestyles Programs for persons ages 18 and over: - Domiciliary Care offers protected community living arrangements for persons needing personal care and ongoing supervision. - Long Term Care Unit provides assessments to determine the most appropriate level of care for those needing financial aid for nursing, personal care, and domiciliary care homes. Intensive in-home services available for eligible persons who are at a nursing home level of care and have sufficient informal support. - Caregiver Support Program - Casework services and financial assistance with caregiving expenses for persons caring for individuals who are over 60 and are functionally dependent (requiring constant supervision) or between the ages of 18-59 with chronic dementia. Also offers assistance for grandparents who are the primary caregivers for grandchildren under the age of 18. The Office of Aging can provide the following lists via mail, email or on the website: - Beauticians who provide services in the client's home - Cleaning services - Non-medical companion services - Pharmacies who deliver - Lancaster County nursing homes - Lancaster County personal care homes - Grocers who will deliver - Respite care facilities - Senior Center list - Low income housing - Benefits for low income older adults - Continuing care retirement communities - Personal emergency response company list - Home health agencies - Caregiver resources: support groups, websites, hotlines - Low-cost medical and dental services Newsletter: Prime Time; Contact: Information and Referral Supervisor to be added to the mailing list Volunteer Opportunities include: - Providing socialization for older persons through regular visits and phone calls - Assist a senior with a household task on an ongoing basis - Volunteer as part of a group for a one-time project - Assist agency staff with a variety of tasks including filing, data entry and mailings - Become a volunteer in a specialized program such as APPRISE, Volunteer Ombudsman or Senior GamesLancasterLancaster County Office of AgingLancaster County Office of Aging
    Lebanon County Area Agency on Aging - In-home Services/Care Management/Level of Care AssessmentProvides assessment for individuals for AAA services such as meals on wheels, in-personal care, consumer reimbursement, adult daycare, caregiver support program, personal emergency response systems, nursing home transition, or other supportive services that could be utilized to maintain the consumer in their home setting and followed by a trained Care Manager. Provide assessment to determine level of care for individuals for waiver programs or facility placement need.LebanonLebanon County Area Agency on AgingLebanon County Area Agency on Aging
    Lehigh County Office of Aging and Adult ServicesCommitted to supporting and empowering the well being of adults of all ages, residing in Lehigh County. Information and assistance is provided to enable individuals to remain active, healthy, productive and independent in their community. Senior Services include: - Apprise - Adult day care - Aging waiver program - Assessment - Care Management - Caregiver Support Program - Cedarview Apartments - Health and Wellness - Homemaker/home support (18-59 years of age) - Home modification - Housing case management/housing assistance - Information and assistance - Neighborhood senior centers - Nursing Home Transition - PA LINK to Aging and Disability Resources (www.lehighnorthamptonlink.org) - Ombudsman program - Personal care - Protective services - Transportation Click here to find information on subsidized housing, home health care, personal care homes, nursing homes, retirement communities, etc.LehighLehigh County Office of Aging and Adult ServicesLehigh County Office of Aging and Adult Services
    Northampton County Area Agency On AgingArea Agencies on Aging provide local services, act as advocates, and generally assist older citizens to remain active in their communities. They operate under guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. Services include: - Advocacy - Support and representation, administratively and legislatively, for the needs of older adults as a group or individually. - APPRISE - assistance with health insurance benefit concerns, appeals, benefit applications. - Employment Services - subsidized employment for training purposes. Available to low income persons age 55 and older. - Information and Referral - answers to questions on the availability of services and programs for older adults. - Legal Services - provided in non-fee generating cases via a contract with North Penn Legal Services, Inc. - Nursing Home Transition - Information about availability of long term care in a variety of settings - in the home, or in assisted living, and planning/coordination in making a move to an alternate setting including arranging for necessary services, for current residents of nursing homes. - Ombudsman - receives, investigates and assists in resolving complaints about quality of long term care. Provides information on long term care issues. - Protective Services - activities, resources and supports to prevent or intervene in abuse, neglect, exploitation and abandonment cases. - Specialized Transportation - limited availability of rides to medical appointments and social service agencies. - Care Management - casework services for assessment and care planning, and authorization of the following: - Adult Day Care - caregiving in an organized setting for less than a 24 hour day. Excellent for caregiver respite. - Emergency Energy Assistance - bill payment or provision of fuel to avoid utility shut off or lack of fuel in crisis situations. - Caregiver Support Program - educational services and financial assistance to family care providers. - Home Delivered Meals - hot/cold meals delivered to maintain necessary nutrition. - Home Health Care - skilled nursing, therapy and aide services. - Nursing Home Respite Services - respite for overnight absences of caregivers. - Personal Care - in-home help with bathing and other personal hygiene, laundry, shopping and meal preparation. - Pre-Admission Assessment - level of care determination for those considering admission to a long term care facility. - Waiver Services - Medicaid-funded in-home services of the types listed above, and more, to maintain nursing-home eligible older adults in their homes. - Senior Farmer Market Nutrition Program - provides food vouchers for residents 60 years old who meet income guidelines Information and referral service provides information on the availability of services and programs for older adults. Services may be delivered directly, purchased from a community agency, or available through a cooperative agreement. Emergency oil delivery may be available to County residents, 60 or older, who have submitted a LIHEAP application and have 1/8 of a tank of oil or less. Call 610-559-3270 for information. Satellite Office: 87 Bangor Junction Road, Bangor, PA 18013 800-446-0094 or 610-588-7200 Click here for Housing Resources for Older Adults Click here for Senior ServicesNorthamptonNorthampton County Area Agency On AgingNorthampton County Area Agency On Aging
    Northumberland County Area Agency on Aging - AssessmentThe Northumberland County Area Agency on Aging can assess individuals for: Geisinger Life Program - Living Independently for Elders A medical model Adult Day Care for individuals deemed Nursing Facility Clinically Eligible. It includes a comprehensive array of services such as primary care physician, speech, occupational, physical therapy and social. OBRA Everyone seeking admission to a nursing facility must first have an initial screening for mental illness, mental retardation, or other related conditions regardless of payment source. This screening helps determine whether a nursing home is appropriate and if specialized services are needed to treat those conditions. PDA Waiver The Waiver Program is designed to help people remain at home after they are both medically and financially approved for Medical Assistance. Home and Community-based long term care services can be provided as an alternative to nursing home care through the Waiver Program. Pre-admission Applicants seeking admission to a nursing home, personal care boarding home, Geisinger/Life or Waiver Program and applying for Medical Assistance must be assessed by the AAA to determine eligibility. NorthumberlandNorthumberland County Area Agency on Aging - AssessmentNorthumberland County Area Agency on Aging
    Potter County Human Services - Pre-Admission AssessmentAssessments completed to identify whether a nursing home, personal care home, or domiciliary care would best meet the needs of older adult requiring placement.PotterPotter County Human Services - Main OfficePotter County Human Services
    Pre-Admission AssessmentAny resident of Adams County, age 18 and over, seeking admission to a long term care facility, as a medical assistant (MA) client, must be assessed to determine the appropriate level of care. ACOFA personnel will complete the assessment in the client's home, the hospital, or in the facility (in the care of a spend down to MA eligibility). The assessment process will determine what type of facility can best meet the client's needs.AdamsAdams County Office for AgingAdams County Office for Aging
    Reading Health System - Senior Assessment ProgramSenior Assessment Program at the Geriatric Center provides comprehensive evaluations performed by a geriatrician, a psychiatrist, and a licensed clinical social worker to lay the foundation for quality ongoing care. This care assists an older individual with the ability to enjoy good health, improve overall quality of life, reduce the need for hospitalization, plan for long-term care, as well as live independently for as long as possible.BerksReading Health System - Senior AssessmentTower Health
    Schuylkill County Area Agency on AgingProvides support and services to enable older adults to continue to live in their homes and communities. Services may include Care Management, Assessment, Protective Services, Information and Assistance, Apprise (Insurance Counseling), Health and Wellness Programs, adult day services, in home meals, personal emergency response system, personal care, transportation, and caregiver support. The agency also has 5 Senior Centers throughout the County in which participants can enjoy a Congregate Meal and Programming.SchuylkillSchuylkill County Area Agency on AgingSchuylkill County Area Agency on Aging
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Selinsgrove - Activities of Daily Living AssessmentSnyderUnited Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - SelinsgroveUnited Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    UPMC Susquehanna - Home Care and Hospice - Risk AssessmentRisk assessments include:
    • Movement Awareness - learn how to function better with more energy and less pain
    • Pain and limitations - Investigate causes and preventions of musculoskeletal problems
    LycomingUPMC Susquehanna Home Care and HospiceUPMC Susquehanna

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