Helping You Age Well, Your Way!
Life can be complicated. Aging in place is what we want to educate consumers on. When changes occur due to health, family dynamics, finances, etc., help is needed to make good decisions. Whether you need to find a service or learn about your options by talking with a professional, you’ve come to the right place. The AgeSmart Community Resources works to help older adults remain independent in their homes and communities. Through planning, funding, responding to community needs and providing answers on aging, AgeSmart Community Resources helps people AGE WELL THEIR WAY.
AGESMART’S LEARNING CHANNEL
AgeSmart is partnering with GetSetup to offer a free online learning pilot program for a limited time to help you stay connected, learn new skills so you can live your life to the fullest.
These small group classes, taught by retired educators, are designed to keep your mind active, allow you to engage with others, and increase your ability to live independently. But most importantly, have fun!
Programs & Services
The programs and services provided by AgeSmart Community Resources allow older adults to remain independent in their homes and maintain the quality of life fitting to each individual. The Agency serves older adults 60 years of age and older and their caregivers in seven counties in Southwestern Illinois
Grants are awarded through AgeSmart Community Resources to non-profit organizations serving older adults, caregivers, and grandparents raising grandchildren throughout the Planning and Service Area (PSA).
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