We’re your partner in successful community living. If you’re looking for services and information to keep you or a loved one at home or opportunities to stay active and engaged in your community, you’ve come to the right place; we can help you.
We'll guide you through the confusing process of getting the care you or your loved one need and develop a plan to navigate the maze of insurance and services. Most people want to live at home for as long as possible. We provide services to individuals to make this wish come true. Our staff will work with you to provide services that support your wish to live at home. We're here to help and advocate for you.
If you're a caregiver, we know caring for your loved ones can be stressful. We provide support and breaks for you. We also have classes to help you be the best caregivers you can be.
The best way to stay healthy is to be physically active and socially involved. We provide exercise and health classes, tutoring, mentoring, and employment opportunities and training. We also give you the chance to give back by sharing your time, skills, and experiences.
We fund a full range of services, including health and wellness programs, social support, and services. We partner with other non-profits to ensure our community has an array of services to support individuals' choices. We develop a plan on a regular basis to meet the needs of older adults. We're your advocate for aging and disability issues.
We are a non-profit agency specializing in disability advocacy and support. Our Social Security Disability Assistance service provides counseling and representation for those who are no longer able to work due to significant illness or impairment. If you have been denied, then we can help you.
AASCC is pleased to announce that Joseph Lugo, Center for Disability and Aging Policy, US Administration on Community Living, will be the keynote speaker at its annual meeting to be held on October 22nd.
Elder Abuse Workshop, October 15th, which will include a a keynote given by Laura Snow of the Jewish Home & Coalition for the Abuse Prevention of the Elderly. Read more.
9th Annual C4A Conference "Creating Livable Communities for All", Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - Featuring keynote presenter Dorian Block, MS, Manager of Age-friendly NYC, The New York Academy of Medicine
Visit our Events Calendar for a full listing of opportunities.
Through the Older Americans Act funding, AASCC has created a mini grant process to fund the work of area non-profits and municipalities. Grants will be awarded monthly. Maximum funding per grant is limited to $5,000. Find out more.
Assistance is available to help you maintain your independence living safely at home. For more information about how AASCC can help, see the options under the "Services" Tab.
Click here to go directly to Connecticut's website and online application for the Connecticut Home Care Program.
Find benefit programs that can help you pay for medications, health care, food, utilities and more at BenefitsCheckUp.
Senior Medicare Patrol, SMP, is designed to reduce financial frauds and scams.
Be an SMP Volunteer and Help Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries Prevent, Detect, and Report Health Care Fraud.
Click here to to read 5 Tips To Help Seniors Avoid Identity Theft.
AARP Experience Corps – Greater New Haven (ECGNH) is an intergenerational literacy tutoring program of the Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut. Click here to find out more.
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