Resources for Arizona
Seniors and Caregivers


 

 

ASSISTIVE SERVICES

HANDI-DOGS
Classes for training dogs to assist older adults and persons with disabilities or hearing impairments (fees charged for training). 326-3412

TACT (TECHNOLOGY ACCESS CENTER OF TUCSON, INC) Information on adaptive technology, augmentative communication and issues surrounding technology access; TACT hosts an AT print collection and AbleData AT database at the Tucson-Pima Public Library, Main Branch, second floor. 745-5588 EXT 412.

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CASE MANAGEMENT

(The following agencies provide case management, counseling and support services; most fees based upon a sliding scale; most service areas determined by zip code)

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HOUSEHOLD ASSISTANCE/HOUSING OPTIONS

DIRECT Provides education and information on housing, independent living and Personal Assistance services for people with disabilities. 624-6452

SENIOR RESOURCE NETWORK Assists with locating alternarive housing for older adults in need of support services and supervison, but who do not need nursing home care. 795-7480

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MEDICAL CARE

AHCCCS/ARIZONA HEALTH CARE
COST CONTAINMENT SYSTEM

Medical care for people whose incomes fall below 133 per cent of the federal poverty guidelines. 741-4088

ALTCS/ARIZONA LONG TERM CARE SYSTEM
Long term care options for people who meet financial and medical eligility guidelines. 628-7887

ST ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY CLINIC
MOBILE PODIATRY

Provides eyeglasses and dentures; treats foot disorders for older adult Tucson residents with low income. 628-7871

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