In the next decade, over 71 million Americans will be 65 years of age and older. With the increasing numbers of older persons and persons with lifelong disabilities living longer, we will see a broader demand for home and community-based services. Currently Easter Seals TriState offers services to older adults who are making the transition to life after work while maintaining the social connections and routines they've come to value.
Easter Seals TriState offers adults and seniors opportunities to live, learn, work and play as a vital part of their own community or neighborhood by helping them maintain the social and therapeutic relationships they value. These programs put hope within reach for adults with a developmental disability and persons experiencing forms of dementia or other disabling condition.
Adults with disabilities living in nursing homes just need some support and assistance to return home. Transitioning to living at home can help reduce the amount of financial and emotional stress experienced by the individual. Easter Seals TriState can be the partner to make the transition as safe and efficient as possible.
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