This website provides individuals with the ability to locate a Home Care Aide (HCA) who has completed the criminal background check process administered by the California Department of Social Services. In addition, this website allows Home Care Aides to submit an online application to be listed on the Home Care Aide Registry and to renew their registration.
The California Department of Aging funds Legal Services Projects for older persons through the network of local Area Agencies on Aging. The projects identify legal problems and legal service needs of older individuals and adults with disabilities within their communities.
Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center is a private nonprofit agency dedicated to improving the wellbeing of family caregivers throughout their journey. They offer services to family caregivers of adults with chronic and disabling conditions or diseases. Services are for residents of our 13-County service area—Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties.
Meals on Wheels is a community-based program that delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America’s seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity.
Veterans and survivors who are eligible for a VA pension and require the aid and attendance of another person, or are housebound, may be eligible for additional monetary payment. These benefits are paid in addition to monthly pension, and they are not paid without eligibility to Pension.
Area 12 Agency on Aging helps older adults and caregivers by providing and linking clients to the critical services and community resources they need. Many of their services are provided free. They match individual needs to existing community resources so clients may experience a better quality of life.
Hospice of Amador and Calaveras - For more than 35 years, local families have invited our team of nurses, aides, social workers and chaplains into their homes, and to their loved ones’ bedsides, to provide compassionate care for patients living with a terminal illness. As a non-profit agency, we are free to emphasize quality of life,and we have never turned away a patient for inability to pay.
Common Ground Services primary focus is to provide a sustainable and positive impact for seniors with needs living in Amador and Calaveras Counties with programs such as meals on wheels,senior lunch program and transportations services.
They serve children and adults with developmental disabilities in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. Free diagnosis and assessment services are available to any person suspected of having a developmental disability, such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or autism. To qualify for ongoing support and services, a person must be found to have a developmental disability which began before the age of 18 and is a substantial handicap.
The most frequently needed services used by seniors in the Calaveras county area are listed in this guide from assistance and referrals to transportation services.
Area 29 Agency on Aging - Helps older adults and caregivers by providing and linking clients to the critical services and community resources they need. Many of their services are provided free. They match individual needs to existing community resources so clients may experience a better quality of life.
Safety Accomodations For Elders and the Disabled of El Dorado County provides free, in home health and safety accommodations for those low income elder and/or disabled El Dorado county residents with mobility limitations, and especially those at risk of falling.
The WELL DORADO website is intended to help community members and policy makers learn about the health of El Dorado County communities, support collaboration among partners, promote best practices, identify local resources, and drive decisions based on data
Alta California Regional Center, assists people with developmental disabilities and their families and provides services to clients in a 10 county region that includes Alpine, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties.
Snowline Hospice-Snowline, established in 1979, is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to serving our community by enhancing the lives of those with chronic, serious illness, and patients nearing end-of-life.
The Safe at Home Program provides minor home modifications for those of any level of income in the Sacramento county area to improve accessibility and safety within the home. The service is available free to low-moderate income and for a fee to those above that range.