The St. Louis Area Agency on Aging (SLAAA) provides a comprehensible and coordinated system of community-based services for older adults in the City of St. Louis.
The Agency's objectives are to secure and maintain maximum independence and dignity in a home environment and encourage economic, social and personal independence of older persons by providing opportunities for employment, socialization, and volunteer activities in the community.
Our Service Area
Geographically, the St. Louis Area Agency on Aging serves older adults, and persons with disabilities (18-59 yrs), who reside within the boundaries of the City of St. Louis.
However, the SLAAA office works with the Mid-East Area Agency on Aging to refer St. Louis City and County residents to the appropriate resources. Also,
City residents who have out-of- state older adult relatives are referred to the respective area agency on aging in their area.
resources for the management of health in the elderly and disabled
Functional Needs Registry
The Functional Needs Registry is a database containing information about individuals residing in the City of St. Louis who may require assistance in the event of an emergency.
Health Insurance Assistance
Provides information on obtaining assistance with enrollment in Health Insurance programs for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Memory and Aging Program
MAPS is an outreach program designed to assist St. Louis residents, age 65 and older, who show signs of memory loss or confusion.
meals for the elderly and disabled delivered to the home or provided at the senior centers
Senior Minor Home Repair and Chore Program
Minor home repairs and chores for the elderly
Transportation needs for the elderly (over 60)
South Central Pension Rights Project
The St. Louis Area Agency on Aging has partnered with the South Central Pension Rights Project to assist persons in tracking down benefits from past employers and answer questions about pension laws and how they affect your retirement.
Find out more at: http://www.southcentralpension.org/
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