Support for Seniors, Caregivers and People with Disabilities
United Way Area Agency on Aging (UWAAA) of Jefferson County promotes the health, dignity and independence of seniors, people with disabilities and their caregivers. Through a comprehensive and coordinated system, UWAAA is enhancing lives in meaningful ways – from providing hot, nutritious meals and monitoring long-term care facilities to training caregivers and helping individuals take full advantage of their Medicare benefits.
Through Meals on Wheels and Senior nutrition programs in 2021
Through United Way Area Agency on Aging in 2021
Seniors searching for help can find it at the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), a program of the United Way Area Agency on Aging. ADRC provides information, counseling and referrals to access options and benefits regarding the various assistance programs for the aging and people with disabilities in Jefferson County.
Vaccine Hesitancy Campaign Draws Seniors to Free Clinics
Through the Vaccine Hesitancy Campaign for the Elderly and Disabled, eligible seniors 60 years and older could receive a $100 VISA gift card if they chose to get a COVID-19 vaccine at one of the two free clinics hosted by UWAAA.Learn More