Make Indiana's Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) your first call in exploring your long-term options!
AAAs deliver home and community-based services to older adults and people with disabilities of any age and their caregivers.
AAA’s staff will help you plan how best to meet your long-term services and support needs, whether that be through your own resources or those of your family, through community resources and/or through other sources of subsidy for which you may qualify.
They provide information about resources and service providers, assess needs for service, make referrals to case managers, link to services, monitor consumer satisfaction and adjust services to meet changing needs.
To be connected with your local Area Agency on Aging, just call 800-986-3505.
The Indiana Association of Area Agencies on Aging (IAAAA) advocates for quality programs and services for older adults and persons with disabilities on behalf of Indiana's 16 Area Agencies on Aging.
** Money Smart Week Special Event! **
Join us for a lunchtime airing of the documentary Fleeced: Speaking Out Against Senior Financial Abuse as well as a panel discussion including the Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, and representatives from the office of the Indiana Attorney General, Social Security, Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) and Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP). The event will be emceed by the executive producer of the documentary produced by WFYI, Kim Hood Jacobs. Learn more.
When: Thursday, April 10, 2014, 12:00 p.m.
Where: Jewish Community Center (JCC), Laikin Auditorium, Indianapolis
Cost: $2 over 60; $6 under 60)
RSVP: Christy Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org or 259-6822 x 5
FMI: Nancy Stone, SMP Program Director, at 317.205.9201 x 207
** SMP Communication RFP**
The Indiana Association for Area Agencies on Aging (IAAAA) Education Institute is accepting proposals to enhance the marketing and communications efforts of its Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) program. The communication strategy will result in increased awareness of the SMP program by Medicare beneficiaries, caregivers and the professionals that serve them throughout the state. This includes increased awareness of Medicare and Medicaid fraud of older adults, persons with disabilities, caregivers and the professionals that serve them, as well as increased numbers of fraud reports to these systems and increased numbers of SMP volunteers.
** The AAAs are hiring! Visit our Careers page to learn more current opportunities. **
Last Updated March 2014