FAQs

Q.    Where can I get help with aging services and what does it cost?
A:    You may contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center within your local Area Agency on Aging for help.  Compassionate, professional staff will provide quality assistance in addressing your concerns.   There is no cost for assistance through the ADRC, however, a contribution or a related cost may be requested should a client begin receiving services. Or, you may fill out the Request for Assistance online for more information.

Q.    Can I get paid for taking care of my loved ones?
A.    Yes, through the Medicaid Waiver and Personal Choices programs.

Q.    What program is available to assist with paying for medications?
A.    Our State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) can assist individuals eligible for Medicare benefits enroll in Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans.  Also, our SenioRx program can assist individuals with limited income, no drug coverage at any age.  If needed, assistance may also be available with liquid supplements such as Ensure, Glucerna, and Osmolite.

Q.    What is the role of the Area Agency on Aging?
A.    The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is part of a nationwide network of federal, state and local agencies set forth under the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended.  We are one of 13 Area Agencies on Aging in the state under administration of the Alabama Department of Senior Services with the responsibility of planning and developing a comprehensive, coordinated system of services to benefit older citizens.

For more information, contact our Aging and Disability Resource Center for assistance at 1-(800)-243-5463 or (334)-244-6903.

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Please see below for information regarding our SenioRx Program. If you have any questions, please call to speak with our SenioRx Coordinator at SCADC: 334-244-6903. See MoreSee Less

Please see below for information regarding our SenioRx Program. If you have any questions, please call to speak with our SenioRx Coordinator at SCADC: 334-244-6903.

Happy New Year from SCADC!

Applications for the Farmer’s Market Vouchers are now available! Please spread the word if you know anyone 60 years or older that may qualify! See attached flyer for more info regarding eligibility or on the website where you will also apply: www.fma.alabama.gov/ See MoreSee Less

Happy New Year from SCADC!

Applications for the Farmers Market Vouchers are now available! Please spread the word if you know anyone 60 years or older that may qualify! See attached flyer for more info regarding eligibility or on the website where you will also apply: http://www.fma.alabama.gov/

 

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Merry Christmas from all of us at SCADC! This year, we had the honor and privilege of sponsoring several children for Christmas through this wonderful organization, Adullam House, located in Wetumpka, AL. Pictured with the SCADC staff is Mrs. Angie Spackman, who is one of the founders of Adullam House. Attached is a link for their website to learn more about their wonderful mission and ways to give:

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Merry Christmas from all of us at SCADC! This year, we had the honor and privilege of sponsoring several children for Christmas through this wonderful organization, Adullam House, located in Wetumpka, AL. Pictured with the SCADC staff is Mrs. Angie Spackman, who is one of the founders of Adullam House. Attached is a link for their website  to learn more about their wonderful mission and ways to give:

http://adullamhouse.org/

 

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What a lovely group!
Merry Christmas!!! 🎄

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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at SCADC!

 

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