The Council on Aging – Orange County has been a trusted source of unbiased information for over 39 years, providing programs and services to more than 146,000 adults and families annually.
Whether you are facing a crisis with a parent or loved one or in need of assistance in navigating the aging experience, the Council on Aging is here to help. We offer a range of low cost or no-cost services and programs.
Council on Aging Programs:
Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) – Provides unbiased, individualized counseling and group seminars to help Medicare recipients maximize benefits, understand health plan choices and resolve denial of services.
Long-term Care Ombudsman Program – Advocates for the rights of Orange County’s older and disabled adults living in skilled nursing and residential care facilities.
ReConnect Program – Reintegrates Orange County’s isolated adults (age 26+) and older adults into the community, incorporating healthy and meaningful activities into their lives.
Friendly Visitor Program – Provides over 4,000 hours annually of companionship and social support to isolated, frail adults.
Care Management Program – Develops and monitors individualized care plans for older and dependent adults and their families.
Financial Abuse Specialist Team (FAST) – Refers individuals to appropriate community resources and educates them about fraud committed by scam artists, caregivers, friends, and family members.
SmileMakers Guild – Mobilizes community support and provides holiday gifts to over 2,700 residents of skilled nursing and residential care facilities.
Education – Provides seminars for individuals, corporations, and CEU training for professionals regarding Medicare, caregiving, long-term care, medication management, and healthy aging.
Council on Aging - Orange County
1971 E. 4th Street
Suite 200 Santa Ana ,
Who are we? How do we help? Please join us to learn more about how we serve the Orange County Senior Community! 3rd Wednesday each...
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