Aging & Disability Services

Since 2005, CCC has provided caring, quality guardianship services to individuals who have been determined by a court to be incapacitated due to Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, brain injury, developmental disability, and chronic mental illness. 

Independence for Seniors

Independence for Seniors improves the quality of life for seniors by encouraging personal relationships, stress reduction, mental activity, and good nutrition. Additionally, the program offers Call Reassurance and Caregiver Relief services.  

CCC's Call Reassurance program is designed for seniors and those with disabilities who are lonely or isolated, who have limited mobility, and very little social support. The Caregiver Relief program supports overwhelmed caregivers who provide full-time care to an adult of loved one.  

Volunteers for CCC make weekly or biweekly calls to individuals in the program, giving them a much-needed personal connection and a listening ear. The program also promotes cognitive health through a lending library with books, magazines, adult coloring pages, and word search puzzles. 

Guardianship

Individuals deemed by the court to be incapacitated due to Alzheimer's disease, dementia, brain injury, intellectual disability, or chronic mental illness may need the assistance of a legal guardian. CCC can help. Our experienced guardianship specialists perform a variety of services including: 

  • Monthly and as-needed visits

  • Care monitoring and communication with family and other care team members 

  • Assessment, advocacy, and care management 

  • Consent for services

  • Annual reports to local Department of Social Services and Commissioner of Accounts 

  • Review of guardianship needs

  • 24/7 on-call availability

  • Financial management 

Care Coordination 

Care Coordination supports individuals and families by managing and organizing daily tasks and care through a comprehensive, person-centered care plan. The Care Coordinator works with doctors, family, and other community providers to ensure that needed services are provided. 

Care coordinators can assist with: 

  • Routine visits

  • Care monitoring and communication with family and other care team members 

  • Service coordination  

  • Routine communication with family and other care team members 

  • Participation in medical appointments and follow up after medical appointments to advocate on behalf of the individual 

  • Residential transition assistance 

  • Bill pay and budgeting services 

CCC provides different payment options. Speak to a coordinator to learn more. 

Family & Individual Medicaid Waiver Program (Formerly Developmental Disabilities Advocacy)

CCC provides case management services for individuals with a developmental disability under the Family & Individual Supports (FIS) and Community Living (CL) Waivers.  Services are available to Medicaid recipients aged six and older who are diagnosed with a developmental disability prior to the age of 22.

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