Agency on Aging

An Overview of Our Accomplishments

Here are some ways we impacted lives from October 2018-September 2019.

Support to Live at Home

  • Care Managements services provided to 2,816 individuals. 271 individuals received services through self-directed services.
  • 45 volunteers and professionals received CHOICES health insurance training.
  • Assistance was provided to 6,783 callers:
  • Education, either in person or through written materials, was provided to 75,000 individuals.

Assistance & Support for Those Caring for Loved Ones

  • 1,059 family caregivers were assisted with information about community resources and benefits, respite care, and training.
  • 289 family caregivers attended a national conference sponsored by AOASCC.

Opportunities for Staying Active & Healthy

  • 373 works of art by 160 artists were displayed at the annual Art of Aging Exhibition
  • 68 people participated in CDSMP and DSMP health management classes
  • 324 volunteers provided 154,000 of service to older adults and children in the greater New Haven area.

Support for Professionals

  • 659 individuals were provided education regarding elder abuse and fraud through the annual conference TEARS™.
  • Interagency Council on Aging of South Central Connecticut, convened by AOASCC, provided education and networking opportunities for professionals from 35 organizations.