Aging in Place Membership Organizations/Networks
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Programs that provide access to a set of service options that help older adults in a particular apartment building, high rise or other housing complex or a particular neighborhood remain safely and independently in their homes as they age. Services may be provided by paid staff, volunteers and/or paid vendors and vary over time to ensure that they meet the changing needs of participants. Included are Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC) programs that involve public-private partnerships that unite social services, health care and housing providers and community residents; and village model programs that older adults can join as members, in most cases for a fee. Services available to participants in both types of programs may include transportation, companionship, social activities, opportunities for community involvement, and help with home chores.
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