- Oklahoma Equipment Exchange
- DME Reuse
- Special Education Resolution Center
Aging Services Division, Department of Human Services
The Aging Services Division plans, administers, coordinates and evaluates a statewide system of services for older Oklahomans. The Aging Services Division strives to secure and maintain economic and personal independence and dignity for the elderly by providing support services and by removing individual and social barriers to independence. Programs and services are administered through the state’s 11 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs).
Aging Services Division
2401 NW 23rd, Ste 40
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
FAX: (405) 521-2086
See Appendix B for Local Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs).
• Individuals age 60 and older
• Attention is given to those older adults with the greatest economic or social need
• Under special conditions, persons under 60 may be eligible (i.e., the spouse of an individual over 60, or a person with a disability residing with an eligible person or caregiver)
AT SERVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
• Information & Referral
• Locating Alternate Funding
• Training for Consumer & Family
AT DEVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
• No AT devices are provided or covered.
• Contact your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) and request information and services.
PIECES OF THE PUZZLE
• Services funded are determined on an area-by-area basis.
• Services that MAY BE funded include: congregate and home delivered meals, health promotion, nutrition education, multi-purpose senior centers, information and referral, in-home assistance, outreach, legal services, transportation, caregiver assistance, grandparents raising grandchildren, respite, and long-term care ombudsman.