Increase the number of healthy older adults in the Tri-City area, who are still living independently in their own homes, by providing access to services that assist them in maintaining their health, mobility and social participation in the community.
Better, more economical use of available resources to make it is less expensive for people to stay at home with services, rather than move to residential care facilities, (if they do not desire to do so).
Deliver quality care in a personalized way to meet an individual’s needs.
Maintain a coordinated, comprehensive, and collaborative relationship between businesses, educational institutions, service providers and members of the community to support older adults who are frail, and either temporarily or permanently, homebound.
Engage the community by providing rewarding volunteer opportunities, hands-on educational internships and business fundraising partnerships that inspire a collective spirit towards making the Tri-City area a great place for older adults to live.
Encourage and educate older adults to take personal responsibility for their own health through activities such fall prevention, which includes medication management, exercise for balance, as well as basic home modifications.
Create awareness of the benefits of a pro-active approach in improving one’s own health, and educate people on how their attitudes and activities impact the long-term quality of life, and cost of aging, in their own community.