AARP provides a variety of resources for the advanced planning process. This may be useful to individuals looking to set their future or even caregivers who must help someone.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) acts as a single point of entry for long-term support for seniors age 60 or above, people with disabilities (of any age), family members, and care providers.
A licensed social worker visits your home to discuss the amount of help you will need. Enables individuals to remain in their homes.
This website provides an advanced planning guide. Individuals go step-by-step through an educational overview of advanced planning.
Seven week class taught in the Spring and Fall that goes over information for estate planning, wills, trusts, fiduciaries, pwer of attorney and more.
Offers free opportunity to speak to attorneys volunteering their time on consumer protection, financial abuse, and other services for the elderly. Program is offered through Washoe Legal Services.
Services for those in need of a job, Veterans in need of assistance to find a job, or even information about your rights as an employee.
Plan Your Story shows families how to be pro-active and talk with their aging loved ones about their wishes for the future. A completed Plan Your Story provides direction in a family crisis and provides clarity on what to do in future challenges.
Plan Your Story today, you'll be glad you did!
Provides cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter to help the aged, blind, and disabled.
Appoints a representative to manage the funds for seniors who are no longer able to manage their own funds.