Older Adults and Their Caregivers
Our services for Older Adults and Their Caregivers endeavor to restore, maintain and promote independence of older adults, as well as support their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being so they may live safely in their homes and remain active in the community.
Adult Day Services — provides care and a variety of activities to older adults age 55 and greater, that typically have limitations of mobility, stamina and/or cognitive functioning. Programs: Hmong DayElders and Southwest DayElders.
Assisted/Customized Living Programs — provide participants with supervision by nursing and other professional staff, as well as assistance with “Activities of Daily Living” (ADLs) provided by universal caregivers onsite in our existing rent-subsidized communities.
Care Management and Consultation — provides individuals, families, attorneys, trust departments, and guardians/conservators with comprehensive services to assess and monitor the needs of the older adult.
Caregiver Services — offers assistance, information, counseling, and respite services to family members who are caring for an older adult at your home or theirs.
Estate and Elder Law Services
— assists clients with wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, powers of attorney, health care directives, guardianship, conservatorship, special needs trusts, Medical Assistance planning, and real estate matters.
Family Memory Care for African Americans — offers assessment, education and support for African American caregivers who are caring for a family member with Alzheimer's disease at home.
Highrise Social Services Program — staff work in 40 of the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority apartment buildings to provide case management, information and referral and group services to residents who are age 60 and older and/or are disabled.
Hmong Elder Connections — offers positive cultural, educational and social experiences for seniors of the Hmong community to help preserve their physical and emotional health and well-being.
Park ElderCenter - community center offers a wide variety of programs, services and volunteer opportunities that support the health and independence of older adults.
Protective Services — provides telephone consultation, information and assistance, referral for family or professional caregivers and multi-dimensional assessments to adults having difficulty with financial management or personal decision-making or who are in need of guardian and/or conservator service.
RSVP (East Central Minnesota — Mora, MN) — identifies volunteer opportunities for its members, who are age 55 and over, that meet their individual skills, interests, schedule and geographic availability.
RSVP (Twin Cities Metro Area) — identifies volunteer opportunities for its members, who are age 55 and over, that meet their individual skills, interests, schedule and geographic availability.
Senior Mental Health Services — offers age-specific diagnostic and treatment options to address the specialized mental health service needs of older adults.
Senior Nutrition Program — offers people age 60 and up nutritional meals and services including congregate dining, home delivered meals, and individual nutrition education and consultation.
Southwest Center — community center offers a wide variety of programs, services and volunteer opportunities that support the health and independence of older adults.