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The ElderPages Directory lists the services available through the Greater Rochester Area Partnership for the Elderly. Click on an item in the table below to view services offered within each category.

Adult Day Services include the following sub-categories:

Medical Model Adult Day Services
Social Model Adult Day Services

Adult Day Services are group programs that, through individual care plans, help to meet the needs of adults who have physical or cognitive impairments. Participants attend an on-site program one or more days per week on a regular basis during specified hours. They then return to their own homes for the remainder of the day and night. Meals, structured group programs, as well as opportunities for individual activities, are offered.
Advocacy Services
Programs offering special auto services for seniors

Staffing/Recruiting Agencies
These organizations can provide recommendations and referrals to older adults or their family members on living arrangements, health and disability, financial resources, family/caregiver support, crisis intervention and advocacy. The goal is to help clients understand, plan and manage their overall care so that the elder can attain their maximum potential. Some of the providers listed below are Aging Life Care Professionals and are thereby endorsed by the Aging Life Care Association (formerly the National Association of Geriatric Care Managers). To identify those specific providers, go to www.aginglifecare.org
Educational opportunities specifically for older adults or related to serving and caring for the aging population. This includes lifelong learning and auditing opportunities for older adults as well.
Emergency Services include the following sub-categories:

Crisis Intervention, Elder Abuse Prevention and Protection Services
Emergency Assistance
Emergency Response Systems
Bookkeeping & Tax Preparation
Financial Assistance
Financial Planning
Money Management
Trust Services
Food and Nutrition includes the following sub-categories:

For Meal Preparation See Page 38
Meals, Home Delivered
Nutrition Centers
Nutrition Counseling
Food Pantries
Government Agencies include the following sub-categories:

Federal, State and County Agencies
Social Service Agencies
Veterans Services
Community-based Health Services include the following sub-categories:

Alcohol/Substance Abuse Counseling and Treatment
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias
Blind and Visually Impaired, Services for
Dental
Disabilities - Developmental/Physical
Disease-specific Organizations
Evaluation - Medical Geriatric
Evaluation - PRI and Screen/Nursing Assessment
Fitness Centers - Exercise Programs
Hearing Impaired and Deaf, Services for
Hospitals
Medical Centers/Clinics
Medical Equipment and Supplies

Home-based Home Health Services include the following sub-categories:

Certified Home Health Agencies
Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP)
Licensed Home Health Care Services
Medicaid Managed Long Term Care (MMLTC)
Nursing Home Transition and Diversion(NHTD) Program
Pharmacies that Deliver
Physician Home Services
Home Health Service is medical support provided at home and may include "hands-on" services such as skilled nursing (medication dispensing, wound care, etc.), therapies, personal care (bathing, dressing, transfers, etc.).
Home Support Services include the following sub-categories:

Companion Care
Home Repair, Modification, and/or Maintenance
Home Safety/Security
Personal

Home Support Services are non-medical services NOT including "hands-on" care such as Bathing, Wound Care, Transfers and Medication Dispensing, although medication reminders may be permitted. Payment sources include private pay, long term care insurance, Managed Long Term Care Medicaid programs (MLTC) if approved. This includes: Companionship, Meal Preparation, Medication Reminders, Light Housekeeping, Laundry, Incidental Transportation to Appointments, Shopping and Errands, 24-hour Care and In-Home Pet Care.
Housing Options include the following sub-categories:

Assisted Living
Assisted Living - Memory Care
Assisted Living Facilities
Assisted Living Programs (accepting Medicaid)
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Assisted Living-Enhanced Care
Family Type Homes
Housing Advisors
Independent Living
Senior Apartments-Subsidized/Affordable
Shared Housing or Group Residence

Community senior housing options range from independent settings to those that incorporate a full range of support services. A description of housing level is included at the beginning of the sub-category listing.
Insurance includes the following sub-categories:

Insurance
Life Insurance
Health Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance
Medicare Products and Services
Legal Services include the following categories:

Agency Based Legal Services
Elder Law Attorneys
Mental Services include the following sub-categories:
Support Groups and Counseling
Inpatient/Residential Mental Health Services
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Moving, packing, downsizing, organizing
Nursing Homes includes the following sub-categories:

Alzheimers' Disease/Memory Impaired Units
Nursing Homes

Also known as Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Nursing Homes provide 24-hour medical and social services to frail elderly and chronically disabled individuals, and those in need of rehabilitation. All nursing homes provide inpatient rehabilitation. These residential facilities represent the most complex level of senior care on a short or long term basis. Many have Alzheimer's/Special Care Units designed to serve individuals with memory impairments. Some offer short-term respite stays
Rehabilitation Services include the following sub-categories:

Outpatient
Vocational

Rehabilitation services provide various combinations of professional therapies and medically-related disciplines to restore strength and improve living skills. All nursing homes offer inpatient rehabilitation.
Respite Care includes the following sub-categories:

Facility-based Respite Providers
Home-based Respite Providers

Respite Care can provide relief to a caregiver by providing a supportive environment for a loved one while the caregiver is vacationing, traveling on business, or during an illness. Respite Care can be provided in the home or in a facility.
Senior and recreational community centers offering educational, recreational, social or health programs specifically for seniors.
Realtor Estate Agents that identify themselves as specializing in helping older adults with buying or selling their homes. Some Realtors have an additional certification as being a Seniors Real Estate Specialists or SRES. For a comprehensive listing of SRES visit www.seniorsrealestate.com
Volunteer opportunities specifically for those 55 and older.
Provides instruction to understand computers, smart phones and other devices.

Transportation Providers - Paid
Transportation Providers - Volunteer