Services and resources aimed at supporting independence and protecting quality of life for older Oklahomans.
- Adult Protective Services (APS) - Information about the program that investigates reports of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults, including older persons and persons with developmental disabilities.
- Adult Day Services - Program helps participants stay in the community, allowing families and other caregivers to continue caring for an impaired member at home.
- ADvantage Waiver - Provides Medicaid services to help frail elders and adults who have physical disabilities stay at home instead of going to a nursing home.
- Aging Services Division Programs and Services - Learn about the programs and services managed by this OKDHS division, download key forms or documents, view policy or find available publications.
- Area Agencies on Aging - Get information about services such as congregate and home delivered meals, health promotion, nutrition or in-home assistance for Oklahomans age 60 and older.
- Food Stamps - Also known as the "nutrition safety net of the nation," these benefits help raise nutritional levels of low-income households.
- Legal Assistance - Get legal referrals and information about assistance for elder rights, end-of-life issues and grandparents raising grandchildren legal rights.
- Long-Term Care Ombudsman - Serves residents in Oklahoma's long-term care facilities, including nursing homes, assisted living centers and similar adult care homes.
- Pharmacy Connection Council - Information about how you can get better access to purchase medically necessary prescription drugs.
- Oklahoma Senior Corps Program - Learn how you can volunteer to make a difference in the community, provide assistance to children with special needs, provide comfort and in-home assistance with daily living tasks to frail, homebound elderly persons.
Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 N. Lincoln Blvd., P.O. Box 25352Oklahoma City , OK 73105
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