by The Division in [Salem, OR] (500 Summer St. N.E., Salem 97310-1015) .
|Other titles||Oregon Senior and Disabled Services Division"s Project CARE., Project CARE.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Senior and Disabled Services Division., United States. Administration on Aging.|
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|Number of Pages||247|
Get this from a library! Oregon Senior & Disabled Services Division's Project CARE: final report, July 1, - Novem [Oregon. Senior and Disabled Services Division.; United States. Administration on Aging.;]. Services are designed to protect a person’s individual independence, dignity and choice. Staff at local offices and through community partners can help you find the right mix of services that meet your needs. Agency Home Page Feature Box 1. Programs & Services. Aging and Disability Resource Connection can help you and your family find. The Oregon Home Care Commission supports homecare workers, personal support workers and consumer/employers by: Defining qualifications of homecare (HCW) and personal support workers (PSW) Providing a statewide registry of HCW and PSW Providing . Independent Choices Program (ICP) Homecare Workers. Oregon Project Independence. In-Home Care Agencies. Personal Care Services. K-State Plan. Community-Based Care Transition Services. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Adult Foster Homes.
Oregon Department of Human Services / Seniors & People with Disabilities / SUA. #N#Agency Main Content. When family caregivers are well supported receivers of their care are able to stay in their homes longer and can have a better quality of life. Family caregivers provide needed assistance to help their loved one stay in their home from doing. OCWCOG’s Senior and Disability Services department serves as both the Area Agency on Aging (AAA), and the Medicaid long-term care agency for our region of Benton, Lincoln, and Linn Counties. The list of resources below is a complete list of programs that OCWCOG’s Senior and Disability Services provides to the community. 78 rows Offices that are part of Oregon’s Area Agencies on Aging (AAA), which are operated by . OCWCOG Senior and Disability Services has put together the following Caregiver Resources for those who take it upon themselves to care for elderly or disabled family members or friends. These resources are all free of charge.
Oregon Department of Human Services / Local Offices. #N#Agency Main Content. Assistance: DHS self-sufficiency offices offer help with food benefits (SNAP), cash for families (TANF), child care assistance, refugee services. Children and Youth: DHS child welfare offices offer assistance with adoption, foster care, foster parents and relative. NOTICE: We are operating remotely while our offices are closed to the public to protect employees and the public during the COVID pandemic. Please contact the local office for services or VR administration for other issues at , or [email protected] Oregon Care Partners helps caregivers improve the lives and care of aging Oregonians by providing access to no-cost, high-quality trainings across Oregon. Classes are available to anyone living or working in the state of Oregon and are available both online and in-person. Adults with Disabilities. Learn about our services for adults with physical disabilities including. Medicaid, Medicare and SHIBA, help with food, help in your home, where to live other than home, how to prevent and report abuse, and help with wellness and money management. Home Care .