The following links may be helpful to seniors, caregivers, and those looking to learn more information about community resources. Helping Hands NKY is an advocate to the community and promotes the sharing of information that could be beneficial to others. If you have information you would like shared, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you!
Northern Kentucky Area Development District offers a wide range of services. You can find the calendar of events for the senior centers, support groups, financial support and much more!
Walton, Kentucky is our home. The link above has information about the city’s history, local events, shopping, businesses, and a lot more. Check ’em out!
Did you know that Elder abuse can be more than just physical? Also, it is MANDATORY that abuse is reported. The link above can help you report suspected and known abuse. Please help protect our citizens!
Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission is a wonderful resource for those struggling for resources such as food, clothing, shelter, and utilities. They have a wide range of services that they can help with. Eligibility is determined by income with many of the programs. Check them out to find out what they can help you with.
Cabinet for Health and Family Services are the facilitator of state funded programs such as KTAP, KCHIP, and SNAP. Kentucky has many programs that support the well being of its people. There is a local office for each county within Kentucky. Lines are long as the need for support has significantly increased. Remember that they are trying everything they can to help each person in need. The benefits far outweigh the wait. Check them out!
Caring for a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s can be a very rewarding but challenging task. Support groups help caregivers with emotional, financial and physical support. www.alz.org offers so much information to caregivers. Please consider a support group or check out the information from the above site for education about Alzheimer’s.