Senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, caregivers, concerned neighbors, and the community at large will find services, resources, or referrals to meet their needs at LifeTime Resources.
OLDER ADULT SERVICES
Nutrition Program—includes Meals on Wheels, which delivers meals to homes and Senior Nutrition
Activity Centers (SNACs), where older adults can go to receive a hot nutritious meal and participate in social and recreational activities.
Health & Wellness—offers programs and activities that promote disease prevention, health and fitness.
Aging in Place—provides education and collaboration to allow older adults to continue living
safely in the community.
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)—an enhanced Information and Assistance service that
explores the various long term care options available to older adults and those with disabilities.
Individuals can receive telephone and face-to-face assistance in determining services needed to meet the individuals long term care needs. Our Resource Library, which is maintained through the ADRC, contains materials related to aging and caregiving. Certified counselors through The Senior Health Insurance Program are on site to assist with Medicare questions.
Family Caregiver—provides older adult caregivers with:
• Information on available services
• Assistance to gain access to services
• Respite care (temporary relief for unpaid caregiver)
Case Management Program—offers assessments to determine needs and options for home and
community based services; develops care plans specific to individual needs and monitors to assure
needs continue to be met. Individuals can also elect to receive HomeMeds screenings in an effort to
reduce medication related problems.
In-Home Service Program—offers attendant care, home health services, respite care, assisted living
options, homemaker services, home modification, and more.
Ombudsman Program—provides complaint investigation and problem solving assistance for
nursing home and assisted living residents.
Legal Assistance—provides legal advice and representation for older adults (at least sixty (60)
years of age). Priority is given to individuals with economic or social needs for issues related to
income, health care, long-term care, nutrition, housing, utilities, protective services, abuse, neglect,
age discrimination, advance directives, and guardianship.
Catch-A-Ride provides affordable public transportation in the community. Anyone of any age
can ride with Catch-A-Ride to reach their destination safely. This affordable service is the only
transportation program of its kind in southeastern Indiana, offering curb-to-curb and point-to-point
pick ups. Whether going shopping, to classes, or to the doctor's office, Catch-A-Ride is a safe and
comfortable transportation source for everyone. Our drivers know their frequent riders by name and
consider customer service their number one priority. A more recent service, Catch-A-Ride Extra, offers personalized transportation services to those who, through an in person assessment, are determined to need individual assistance when traveling or running errands.
Sentry Services provides court appointed representation for adults (age 18 and over) who are
unable to advocate or make informed decisions for themselves. Sentry Services is the representative of last resort, serving only if there is no appropriate individual to provide this assistance. In keeping with the Standards and Ethics of the National Guardianship Association (NGA), the program provides the least restrictive representation necessary, from Health Care Representation to Full Guardian.
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)