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Healthy Aging and Socialization

Would your loved one enjoy engaging with other individuals in an environment that supports their physical, social, and emotional needs?

Adult Day Health Centers across the state support the health, nutritional, social, and daily care of older adults and adults with disabilities in a professionally staffed, group setting.

Assisted Living is one service option available to eligible participants through the Home and Community Based ADvantage Waiver program.  

Contact your Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) to consult a Registered Dietician for advice related to chronic illness, using certain medications, and the benefits of healthy eating and physical fitness.  These services are provided to participants, caregivers, or both in a group or individual setting.

To receive services, the older Oklahoman must be 60 years or older. A network of organizations works to assist with your transportation needs through the Area Agencies on Aging (AAA).  Call 1-800-211-2116 for more information or contact the AAA directly to learn about available transportation services.

Limited transportation services are available to eligible participants that chose to self-direct their personal care services through the Home and Community Based ADvantage Waiver program.     

Contact your Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) for disease prevention and wellness opportunities such as health screenings, exercise programs and educational presentations.  

Last Modified on Feb 16, 2023