​Area Agencies on Aging

In Maryland's twenty-three counties and Baltimore City, each local governing body designates an Area Agency on Aging or AAA. The agency may be a unit of local government or a private, nonprofit corporation. In some counties, it is the office on aging. In others, it may be named differently. In Baltimore City, it is called the Division on Aging and Care Services. 

Local agencies on aging provide a variety of adult services, incorporating assisted living, protective services, and temporary disability programs. Transportation services for seniors and people with disabilities are also provided at the county level through either a division of the aging department or by a separate transportation department. 

Want to learn more about Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)? Check out this "Local Leaders in Aging and Community Living" guide by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging .

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