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 Maryland Access Point of 
 Worcester County
 Charles & Martha Fulton   
 Senior Center

 
 Phone: 410-632-9915 ext 170
 
 Hours: 8am – 4:30pm
altIf you are an older adult seeking help due to medical needs or are needing assistance with your activities of daily living (such as bathing, obtaining meals, taking medications correctly, etc.) staff are available to discuss options for you.  In addition, if you are caring for someone who is an aging adult or adult child with a disability and are looking for resources to assist you in caring for them at home, we may be able to assist you.




Adult Evaluation and Review  Services (AERS)


AERS
is a program designed to assist persons who are "At risk" of institutionalization. A comprehensive multi disciplinary assessment is completed and referrals are made to available community resources which would allow them to remain in the community and achieve the highest possible level of independence and health.


Where is this service provided?


•    Charles and Martha Fulton Senior Center, Snow Hill
•    In your home

Who can get this service?

•    Persons desiring information on services available for them or their loved ones to prevent long term care placement.


How much does this service cost?

These services are free.



Hospital Outreach Initiative Service

Through this program, a Nurse identifies county residents who are admitted to the local hospital or long term care facility and may be at risk for long term institutionalization. For eligible individuals, a comprehensive evaluation of needs is performed to identify home and community-based programs available. Recommendations of community services are provided to assist individuals in their efforts to return to their own home or community.

Where is this service provided?

•    Charles and Martha Fulton Senior Center, Snow Hill
•    In the local hospital and long term care facilities

Who can get this service?


•    Persons eligible for these services are identified at the local hospital or long term care facility

How much does this service cost?

These services are free.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 July 2010 12:16
 

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We offer FREE Smoking Cessation Classes

Did you know that the Health Department offers free group and individual smoking cessation counseling offered at sites throughout the county? Monetary vouchers are available for those wishing to add pharmacological therapy (Nicotine patch, gum, lozenge, and CHANTIX) to their behavior change efforts.


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