There are many support services available for people who need assistance to live in their home safely. The LinkAge Line
can help you locate services in your area. There are many programs to help pay for home services. Find out about home service programs.
Here are the different kinds of services that are available:
Adult day services
Provide a range of activities including outings, social events, meals or snacks, assistance with personal care and health monitoring. Typically, the services are provided Monday through Friday, half days or whole day options are common.
Services include heavy household chores such as washing floors or windows, moving heavy items and seasonal yard work.
Emergency call systems
Devices that can be worn by persons to access help in an emergency situation.
Equipment and supplies
Products provided through medical supply companies. Options range from canes, walkers, grab bars, incontinence supplies, wheelchairs and lift chairs.
Provide help to persons who are unable to prepare their own meals. To find a providers in your area, contact Meals on Wheels
Services include meal preparation, bed making, laundry, dusting, vacuuming, shopping and errands.
Services include help with eating, bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene. To find a home care provider, contact the Minnesota Home Care Association
Provides a break for caregivers for a few hours or overnight.
There are a number of options for transportation for seniors or people with disabilities, including DARTS