Aging & Disability Resource Center
We are available by phone and email.
ADRC is the first place to go with your aging and disability questions. Tell us your story.
We are here to empower and enrich the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities and their caregivers. Call today!
We create real change for real people.
“Empower and enrich the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities and their caregivers”
Find current, unbiased and comprehensive information about services that help you live as independently as possible.
We can help you conserve your personal resources, health and independence, reduce the demand for public funding for long term care by delaying or preventing the need for it. We empower individuals through information, education, prevention programs and benefit advocacy.
We reach out, reach up, and reach those who need to be connected to our community.
Tackling isolation and hunger.
Home delivered meals and group dining tackles isolation and hunger. Benefit advocacy tackles poverty. Options counseling and prevention programs get people their lives back after an accident, navigate the minefields of a terrible diagnosis and relieve the stress of caregiving.
Supporting you when everything changes.
Dementia changes everything. It impacts the individual and large family system. As the disease progresses demands on daily living needs, supervision, and as a result caregiver support quickly escalate. The cost of providing care for persons with dementia is very high. We have Dementia Care Specialists who are able to screen for memory loss, educate on the journey ahead, support families through consultation and support groups, and intervene with challenging behaviors that are often the cause of early institutionalization.
Breaking down stereotypes of “disability” and “seniors”.
Grounded Café is our vehicle to introduce new people to ADRC. To expand our reach to the active older adult, persons with disabilities, and those who care for them. It is an opportunity to change the stereotype that we serve only old, frail, low-income persons particularly in the dining site. Once people are here, we are challenged with making our new Café guests Champions of ADRC and the people we serve. Grounded Café is here to break down stereotypes and ageism, forming new paradigms and awareness of the strengths and “abilities” of seniors and persons with disabilities. We want our guests to feel like they belong to something big! To celebrate and be part of the many, many small things staff do every day that make big, big changes in people’s lives. Grounded Café tackles high unemployment rates for persons with disabilities through job training skills and “front door” experiences.
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Classes & Events
Check out our virtual events.
ADRC offers a wide variety of classes and events. Check out our calendar!
In-person events are cancelled.
Enjoy great food while supporting job training for persons with disabilities.
Everyone is welcome. All ages. All abilities.
Come Celebrate Abilities!