York County Area Agency on Aging
Volunteer Ombudsman assist the York County Area Agency on Aging's Ombudsman by providing a visible presence in York County's long-term care facility and by promoting an enhanced quality of life for the residents. Ombudsman listen to the resident's concerns and offer information about access to programs and services for residents, families, and facility staff. Each Volunteer Ombudsman is assigned to a long-term care facility and visits the facility on a regular basis. They objectively assess and identify residents' problems and concerns, encourage self-advocacy, and aid in the resolution of problems.
About York County Area Agency on Aging
100 W. Market St, York, PA 17401, US
The primary focus of the York County Area Agency on Aging is provide education, advocacy, and coordination of community based services to empower older adults to maximize their independence and quality of life.
The York County Area Agency on Aging was established in May of 1975 to plan, coordinate, and provide services to York County residents who are age 60 and over. The Agency's purpose is to offer appropriate, supportive services to enable York County's aging population to maintain their independence in their home as long as possible.