Whether you are an older adult or a family caregiver concerned about the well-being
of an older adult, Missouri's ten Area Agencies on Aging
stand ready to help you.
Sometimes it is difficult to know what is really needed. Sorting out what the older
adult can do for himself or herself and what they need help with, can be a daunting
task. All the bureaucratic lingo and eligibility requirements can be quite confusing.
Missouri's AAAs have over 30 years experience administering and coordinating services
for older adults. We can help you assess the abilities and needs of the older adult.
We will work with you to identify resources and services that can address those
Missouri's Area Agencies on Aging, either directly through their own staff or through
contracts with other agencies, provide the following services:
- Information and Assistance
- Public Education and Outreach
- Case Management and Care Coordination including in-home assessments
- In-home Homemaker/chore
- In-home Personal Care
- Respite Care
- Adult Day Care
- Minor Home Repair/modification
- Legal Services
- Senior Center wit Noon-time Meals
- Home-delivered Meals
- Family Caregiver Assistance
- Long-term Care Ombudsman
- Nursing Home Information
- Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Activities
- Medication Management
- Senior Community Service Employment
- Public Benefits Assistance
For those wishing an Area Agency on Aging outside of Missouri, please use the National Eldercare Locator .