Area Agency on Aging

Through the North Delta Area Agency on Aging, we assist six parishes within our district in administration of programs to assist Senior Citizens. Whether our Senior Citizens receive services from only one program, or from many of these programs, their quality of life is enhanced through the dedicated efforts of the Councils on Aging who render these services. These programs are funded through the Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs. They include:

  • Supportive Services
  • Home delivered meals
  • Congregate meals
  • Preventive health
  • Senior Centers
  • Wellness
  • Transportation

Additionally, the Ombudsman Program assists in watchdog efforts of nursing homes in the entire district.

Ombudsman Program Brochure
Area Agency on Aging Plan
Complete Plan
Section 1 - Introduction
Section 2 - A Look at North Delta
Section 3 - A Look at the Community
Section 4 - Action Plan
Section 5 - Budget Implications
Section 6 - Area Plan Summary
Section 7 - Emergency Preparedness

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