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Do you need help with Social Security Disability benefits?

Are you disabled? Are you under the age of 65? Have you already been turned down? 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. Click for More Information ›

Care Network Link

Care Network Link is a FREE on-line resource to find trustworthy providers to help you age in place in your own home. As a member, you will have access to credentialed providers and receive special discounts.

Get Help Paying for Groceries

It costs a lot to live in Connecticut. We have one of the highest costs of living in the country. For many, who are living on fixed incomes it gets harder to pay for groceries every year. SNAP can help! Find out more under Services/Meals or visit the benefits check-up link.

Elder Abuse Conference - TEARS
Check out the latest information about this conference being held on October 15th. Timely topics and compelling speakers will make this an educational opportunity not to be missed.
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Annual Meeting 2015
We are pleased to announce Dr. Becca Levy, Yale School of Public Health, as our keynote speaker who will present on Promoting Public Health through Fighting Ageism.
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C4A Annual Conference
The Connecticut Area Agencies on Aging will hold its annual conference on October 8th. This year's topic: Supporting Love Across the LifeSpan.
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Fearless Caregiver Conference
AoASCC is sponsoring this conference to be held in Wallingford on November 5th. At this event, free to caregivers, you will learn:
* How to become a fearless member of your loved ones care team.
* Tried and true “time-off techniques” for all caregivers.
* Expert advice for beating stress and depression.
* Hands-on advice from local caregiving experts.
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What's Newsmore news ›
  • 10/1/2015 SMP News No service or feature can entirely eliminate check fraud. However, measures can be taken to greatly reduce the risk of check tampering or duplication.
  • 9/30/2015 AOASCC in the Community The Shelton Senior and Health Wellness Fair on September 30th was hosted by Connecticut Legislators, Senator Kevin Kelly and Representatives Ben McGorty and Jason Perillo.

Serving Older Adults, Individuals with Disabilities and Caregivers in South Central Connecticut Since 1974

Incorporated in 1974, the Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut (AASCC) is one of five independent non-profit agencies on aging in Connecticut serving older adults, individuals with disabilities and caregivers.

Our mission is to empower adults to remain as independent and engaged as possible within their communities through advocacy, information, and services.

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