Campus Assist List
Services include will drafting, advance health care directives, representation at administrative hearings, addressing elder abuse, and advising on rights as consumers and how to avoid financial abuse.
Helpline available 24/7. Local office offers core services, such as family consultation/care plan, information and referrals, support groups, safety services and education.
Ombudsman work to resolve problems and concerns of individual residents of nursing and residential care facilities by creating a presence through regular unannounced visits, monitoring conditions and care, and providing a voice for those unable to speak for themselves.
Individualized supportive services to families coping with the physical, emotional and financial responsibilities of caregiving.
This program provided by the Council on Aging offers unbiased individualized counseling, community outreach, and public education about Medicare and other related health insurance topics. Trained staff and volunteers can help with better understanding benefits, how the health care system works and acquiring services.
County-funded service providing payment to care providers for elderly and disabled adults to be able to meet individual need and assure they live safely at home. Services may include house cleaning, shopping, cooking, laundry and personal care.
24-hour hotline to report suspected isolation, abandonment, abduction, self-neglect, neglect by others or financial, emotional, sexual and physical abuse of elderly or disabled adults.
20 Lake Road
Free legal services to Orange County residents age 60+ who at or below the poverty level. Visits ovarious Orange County senior centers once a month.