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We have answers. ADTRCs are a highly visible and trusted place for people of all ages, incomes and disabilities to get information on a full range of long-term support services. ADTRC targets services to the elderly and individuals with disabilities, serious mental illnesses and/or developmental/intellectual disabilities.
Our licensed Professional Counselors provide individual and family counseling services to help clients and their families access the resources to address your particular needs. Counselors serve as a local access point to help Medicare beneficiaries and those eligible for insurance under the Affordable Care Act access and navigate the programs by providing free non-biased and individualized information and counseling on benefits offered.
Options Counseling is a person-centered process whereby individuals, family members and/or significant others are supported to develop a plan for addressing long term services and supports needs that aligns with their preferences, strengths, values, and needs. Options Counselors:
Resource Coaches can help you access services that emphasize the development of employment and training opportunities through job search assistance workshops, on-the-job training, job development, and placement and classroom skills training.
These services are available for people with disabilities and people 55 years of age or older.
ADTRC provides information to access many counseling services and programs for the prevention and intervention of abuse.
If you or someone you know is at risk of abuse or neglect, the ADTRC is here to help connect you with someone who will respond to your urgent situation.
Falls are the number one cause of injury, hospital visits due to trauma, and death from an injury among people age 65 and older. It is estimated that one in three older adults falls each year. Falls among older adults is a serious issue, but research has shown that many fall risks can be reduced.
Because there are many different factors that contribute to falls, there are different recommendations for reducing fall risks. At ADTRC, we can help you locate resources and options for fall prevention education and home modifications, as well as financial assistance to obtain equipment needed.
The ADTRC can link you to resources that will aid in understanding various disabilities. We can also provide parents information pertaining to coping with a diagnosis.
Our resources are designed to help parents find services suitable for children and youth with disabilities. We also can connect you to organizations that provide funding for children with disabilities.
If you have a disability or injury, you may use a number of assistive devices. These are tools, products or types of equipment that help you perform tasks and activities. They may help you move around, see, communicate, eat, or get dressed.
With the aid of these technologies, people with a loss in functioning are better able to live independently and participate in their societies. The ADTRC can help you find providers and financial assistance to obtain the assistive devices needed.
Home care is care that allows a person with special needs stay in their home. It might be for people who are getting older, are chronically ill, recovering from surgery, or disabled.
Home care services include:
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