Adult day programs provide older adults with a coordinated program of services in a community-based group setting. Services often follow either a social model that provides socialization and recreational type activities, or a medical model that focuses on skilled assessment, treatment and rehabilitation goals.
These organizations assist older adults and their families with concerns regarding health, housing and other issues of aging and work on their behalf with their best interests being the priority.
Organizations that provide services to other businesses, including staffing and 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.
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.

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 Pantries
Meal Planning & Preparation
Meals, Home Delivered
Nutrition Centers/Meal Sites
Nutrition Counseling

Federal, State and County Agencies
Social Service Agencies
Veterans Services

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

Certified Home Health Agencies
Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP)
Licensed Home Health Care Services
Medicaid Managed Long Term Care (MLTC)
Nursing Home Transition and Diversion(NHTD) Program
Pharmacies that Deliver
Physician Home Services
Speech and Audiology
Including but not limited to physical therapy, massage therapy, pet therapy and music therapy.

Companion Care
Home Repair, Modification, and/or Maintenance
Home Safety/Security
Personal Services
Homes, programs and nursing homes that provide end of life care.

Assisted Living
Asssited Living - Enhanced Care
Assisted Living - Memory Care
Assisted Living Programs (accepting Medicaid)
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Family Type Homes
Housing Advisors
Independent Living
Senior Apartments-Subsidized/Affordable
General Insurance
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance
Medicare Products and Services

Agency Based Legal Services
Elder Law Attorneys

Inpatient/Residential Mental Health and Wellness Services
Outpatient Mental Health and Wellness Services
Support Groups and Counseling
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/Memory Care Units designed to serve individuals with memory impairments. Some offer short-term respite stays. A Patient Review Instrument (PRI) assessment and screening is required to authorize care in a nursing home. Link to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Federal Star Ratings of Nursing Homes in Monroe County
Can direct you to the service or organization that can best help with your needs.
Rehabilitation services provide various combinations of professional therapies and medically-related disciplines to restore strength and improve living skills. Those listed here are for outpatient only, all nursing homes offer inpatient rehabilitation.
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 centers, community centers and social activities which offer educational, social or health programs specifically for older adults, some may include a low-cost meal program.
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.