Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs | State of LouisianaThe Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs serves as a focal point for Louisiana's senior citizens and administers a broad range of home and community based services through a network of Area Agencies on Aging.
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Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs Launches Community Living Program to Help Families Keep Seniors or Adults With Disabilities at Home and Independent December 21, 2009 Louisiana is joining 20 other states in offering the Community Living Program through its Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) network to assist individuals who are at risk of nursing home placement find the supports they need to stay at home. Louisiana Health Care Review Awarded National Grant to Combat Medicare/Medicaid Fraud December 21, 2009 Louisiana seniors may soon become the largest Medicare/Medicaid fraud task force in the state.
AoA Awards Louisiana $100,000 to Help Older Americans Access Legal Services December 21, 2009 The Administration on Aging has announced the award of nearly $100,000 to Louisiana to help at-risk older Americans better access legal services. These grants, which bring together the aging and legal service delivery systems, will improve Louisiana's efforts to protect the independence, health, and financial security of older adults. Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs Awarded Over $1.2 Million in Recovery Act Funding May 29, 2009 Today, the Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs announced that it will receive over $1.2 million in Recovery Act Funding for elderly nutrition services.
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