Our Advocacy, Resources, and Education Services (ARES) for Seniors serve individuals 60 years and older, many of whom have begun losing their hearing later in life. Our services are responsive to individual needs. We are also happy to provide information and referrals to families.
Referrals and Services
We provide older adults with information and support to remain involved in everyday activities and adapt to the communication and lifestyle changes accompanied by hearing loss. This may include in-home assessments to identify assistive technologies for greater independence and safety at home, financial benefits available to older adults, and adequate health insurance to cover prescriptions.
We can also connect adults with other providers and disability services as needed, as well as Independent Living services in your home or a neutral location convenient to you.