Learn about programs and agencies that can assist you in staying healthy, active and independent in your own home.
These links will take you to 211CT.org, where you can refine your search by town.
A broad range of health care, services and supports that enable you to live in your home, rather than in an institutional setting.
Provide non-medical assistance to older adults to help them lead independent lives in their own home.
By having live-in services in the home, individuals have easy access to personalized, consistent care.
Helps people recover from illness or injury or remain at home by providing services and supports in their own home.
Programs that helps seniors with minor repairs and chores around the house and handicap accessibility modifications.
State law provides a reimbursement program for Connecticut renters who are elderly or totally disabled, and whose incomes do not exceed certain limits.
Find out if you qualify for state and federal programs and services to live independently.
The CHCPE helps eligible applicants over 65 years old to continue living at home instead of going to a nursing home.
This program allows individuals with active Medicaid to receive supports and services in their home.
Enable elderly homeowners to trade the equity in their houses for monthly or lump sum payments, or a line of credit.
This program enables homeowners aged 62 and over to convert space in their single-family home into an accessible apartment or build an addition to create an apartment.
An initiative from the Housatonic Habitat for Humanity, A Brush with Kindness provides low-cost interior home repairs to low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain their residence.
Provides comprehensive services for seniors and caregivers to maintain independence and quality of life.
Connecticut's oldest care management nonprofit organization, CCC helps people of all ages, abilities and incomes to live at home.
Formerly known as the Danbury Aging in Place Council. Dedicated to creating a community where older adults have the opportunity to live safely, independently, and with dignity in the home of their choice.
Visit this resource page to find ways to stay safe at home and in your community.
Visit your town's Senior Center page to learn about local resources.
We understand that having a loved one in a nursing home can be very unsettling at this time. A recent article by AARP lists the six questions to keep top of mind when it comes to the health and safety of your loved ones.
We have put together a series of tips that may be helpful if you are someone caring for a relative from afar while social distancing.
November is National Family Caregivers Month and we’d like to share tips and resources for caregivers to ensure their own health and wellness needs are being met!