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Area Agencies on Aging

An Area Agency on Aging is a public or private non-profit agency designated by the North Carolina General Assembly to administer the Older Americans Act at the regional level per the 1973 amendment to the Older Americans Act. Having regional oversight of the programs and funding allows the state to be more responsive and to be better able to assess local needs and concerns. Contact your local AAA.

AAAs Serve Communities

AAAs leverage federal Older Americans Act (OAA) dollars to expand the economic support and development of each community for Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS). The U.S. Administration on Aging estimates that for every $1 of federal OAA investment, an additional $3 is leveraged.

Elder
Rights
Caregiver
Quality Assurance
Supportive Services
Nutrition
Health & Wellness
AAA
Core Services

AAAs provide a variety of programs such as:

Information & Options Counseling
Serve as a focal point in the community for resource information and connection to community services and supports

Administration of Home & Community-Based Services

Home delivered meals, transportation, in-home aide, congregate nutrition, family caregiver support programs, adult day care

Senior Volunteer Programs

Senior Employment Programs

Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Advocate for resident rights in skilled nursing facilities, nursing homes and assisted living facilities

Evidence-Based Health Programs

A Matter of Balance/Falls Prevention, Living Healthy/Chronic Disease Self-Management, Walk with Ease, Living Healthy with Diabetes, Chronic Pain Self-Management, Tai-Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention, and Powerful Tools for Caregivers

Operation Fan/Heat Relief

Case Management

Insurance & Financial Counseling

Local Contact Agency (LCA)
Provide options counseling to nursing home residents on community support options

Home Improvements