KIPDA’s Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) strives to understand and address the frustrations many older adults, people with disabilities, and family members experience when trying to learn about and access long-term services and supports.
The ADRC raises visibility about the full range of available options; provide objective information, advice, counseling and assistance; empower people to make informed decisions about their long-term services and supports; and help people access public and private programs. We provide unbiased, reliable information and counseling to people with all levels of income.
The ADRC can connect you to resources about:
- In-home personal care
- Housing options
- Housekeeping and chore services
- Home modifications
- Adaptive Equipment
- Health, nutrition, and home delivered meals programs
- Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security
- Caregiver supports and respite
Helpful links to websites that could assist someone looking for other resources in your program:
- ADRC’s in Kentucky
- Eldercare Locator
- Metro United Way
- Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens
- CHOICES: Senior Housing Alternatives
- Legal Aid Society
- Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
- Long Term Care Ombudsman
- Alzheimer’s Association
- Benefits CheckUp
- Better Business Bureau
- Social Security Administration
- Fall prevention
United Community – Unite Us
United Community is a coordinated care network of health, education, and social care providers. Partners in the network are connected through a shared technology platform, Unite Us, which enables them to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs, and improve health, education, and financial wellbeing across communities. United Community is supported by lead sponsors CVS Health and Aetna Better Health of Kentucky and led by our strategic partner, Metro United Way with support from multiple local and national funding partners.
KIPDA participates as a Unite Us partner. Completion of this form will generate a referral to KIPDA or other organizations and services.
Joining the network is free of cost for community-based organizations and many organizations that are considered part of the safety net, like community health centers, tribal clinics, and mental health centers.
Contact KIPDA (502) 266-5571 and ask to speak with the ADRC department. If you receive a voicemail please leave your name, number and a detailed message and an ADRC Specialist will contact you.