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Age Information Department

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The Age Information Department handles over 3,000 phone calls each month from people seeking information about services, benefits and programs that support an elders and families We are available by phone, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Eastern Time, at 1-800-892-0890.

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Community Education

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Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley is committed to community education and raising awareness about aging issues. Our speaker presentations are provide an important educational resource to elders, family members, caregivers and professionals working with older adults.

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Community Resources

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Our community resources will help you navigate through the service options and support available in local communities. A great resource are your local Council on Aging office. Our Age Infomation Department would be happy help you locate support your in your community.

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Councils on Aging/ Senior Centers

Within the agency we have various resources to help you navigate through options and community support available. We internally publish resources and have assistance, as well as work with you to connect you to community resources.

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Health Care Resources

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Elder Services believes in encouraging elders and caregivers to advocate on their on behalf. We introduce various opportunities to manage your own healthcare from free of charge workshops to supplemental insurances. To learn more, call our Age Information Department, 800-892-0890.

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Nursing Home Resources

When an elder or disabled individual requires 24-hour medical care or supervision a nursing home or rest home is an option they may choose. Nursing homes are primarily for people who need care on a long term basis. These facilities are licensed by the state, and provide nursing and related medical services around the clock.

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Nutrition Resources

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Good nutrition is an important component to maintaining elders’ health, well being, and satisfaction with daily life. To address this need for good food, Elder Services’ has partnered with a number of organizations to meet these nutritional needs. Those include: Brown Bag Program, Meals on Wheels, Elder Services Food Pantry, and the Elder Care Fund

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Our Resources

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Elder Services publishes various resources for the community to use as tools as they navigate through elder healthcare and the aging process. Visit our website or call our Age Information Center, 800-892-0890 for more information or a resource be sent to you.

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Useful Links

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Elder Services funds a number of programs in local communities that address the needs of unique populations. This includes programs that offer outreach and education, or special meal/social programs for Hispanic and Cambodian elders; and free community blood pressure clinics.

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