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Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC’s)

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  1. Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC’s) September 2012

  2. National Vision for ADRCs “To have Aging and Disability Resource Centers in every community serving as highly visible and trusted places where people of all incomes and ages can turn for information on the full range of long-term support options and a single point of entry for access to public long-term support programs and benefits.”

  3. PA Vision for ADRCs “To improve access to long-term care services through an integrated network of partners committed to expand the use of community based solutions, promote consumer directed decision making, and enhance the quality of services.”

  4. ADRC GOALS • Statewide expansion of ADRC presence • Information, Referral and Awareness\Full Range of Long-Term Services & Supports • Options Counseling and Assistance\Decision Support • Streamlined Eligibility Determination for Public Programs • Transition Support and Services • Partnerships and Stakeholder Involvement • Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement

  5. ADRC GOALS • Coordination of Aging and Disability service systems • Individuals of all income levels are served • Management information systems that facilitate service delivery, supports integration of data, streamlines access to information and options • Comprehensive statewide web resource database – searchable & accessible

  6. ADRC OUTCOMES Serve as “no wrong door” access points at the community level to individuals needing public benefits, as well as counseling and advocacy to overcome barriers to using benefits and returning or remaining in the community Minimize confusion Improve coordination Simplify access Enhance individual choice Promote informed decision-making Identification of gaps in services


  8. ADRC LINKS YOU TO: Veterans Services United Way Salvation Army Food Pantry Senior Center HCBS Local Housing Authorities MH/MR Legal Services DME’s Home Modifications Employment, Training and Vocational Rehabilitation Hospital Discharge Planners PACE Rent Rebate LIHEAP Transportation Caregiver Support Home Delivered Meals Family Respite Care Service Coordination Housekeeping Assistance Home Health Aide Personal Assistance Adult Day Care Snow Removal Utility Assistance LIFE Centers

  9. ADRC PARTNERSHIP GRANTS/INITIATIVES • ADRC and Money Follows the Person/Nursing Home Transition • ADRC and Lifespan Respite • ADRC and Care Transitions • ADRC and Community Living Program and Veterans Directed HCBS • ADRC and APPRISE • ADRC and Adult Protection & Advocacy • ADRC and Ombudsman • ADRC and Chronic Disease Management • ADRC and MH/MR

  10. ADRC Contact Information • South East • Sheila Caperelli • 717-756-0376Program Manager • Jennifer Crossley-Hale • • 717-783-4502 • State ADRC Director: Joyce O’Brien • • 717-772-2526