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The purpose of the Meals for Seniors Nutrition Program is to reduce hunger and food insecurity, to promote socialization of older individuals, and to promote the health and well-being of older individuals. Everyone age 60 or older is welcome to participate and all participants receive nutrition education and counseling.
Benefit specialists are professionals work with seniors and adults with disabilities. They listen to and advocate for individuals in understanding benefits and programs, assist with paperwork and applications for benefits and programs, collaborate to problem solve and determine which benefits and programs are available to the individual, and empower individuals with the best possible options.
Resource Specialists are trained to help older adults and adults with disabilities by providing information about services, resources, and programs that can help maintain independence. Whether you are living with a disability, recently had a significant medical event, or are experiencing changes due to aging or the progression of an illness, a Resource Specialist at the ADRC-CW can help.
Caregiver Support provides resources and education to older adult, adults with disabilities, and the individuals who care for them.
The Healthy Living program is designed to provide community education to older adults and adults with disabilities to promote a healthy active lifestyle.