We invite you to join us in celebrating older Marylanders during Older Americans Month throughout the month of May - and beyond.
Rona E. Kramer, Secretary of the Maryland Department of Aging, urging older adults to get their COVID vaccine booster shot to make sure they "Max Your Vax!"
Medicare Fraud Prevention Week Begins 6/5
Skilled Nursing Facilities Vaccination Dashboard. If you have questions about vaccination or want to find out more, please visit covidvax.maryland.gov or call 1-855-MD-GoVAX.
The Maryland Department of Aging offers full-time, part-time, contractual, internship, and volunteer opportunities.
Website for information on vaccines, testing, prevention, contact tracing, FAQs, and more. Visit: http://covidlink.maryland.gov
The Maryland Department of Aging is providing durable medical equipment (DME) to Marylanders with any illness, injury, or disability, regardless of age, at no cost. All equipment will be sanitized, repaired, and redistributed to Marylanders in need.
The Maryland Community for Life (CFL) is a creative and unique program that provides a package of services for homeowners and renters. To learn more, visit: https://aging.maryland.gov/Pages/community-for-life.aspx
How to Prevent Phishing Scams: A Guide for Seniors. To read the full article, click here: https://ncoa.org/article/how-to-prevent-phishing-scams-a-guide-for-seniors
Caregivers Care Plan Form. A care plan summarises a person's health conditions and current treatments for their care. Visit this website to access the care plan form: https://www.cdc.gov/aging/caregiving/pdf/Complete-Care-Plan-Form-508.pdf
Maryland Access Point
Assistance to navigate the complex systems of long term support services and a range of community supports.
Maryland Community for LifeSM
Live independently at home.
Senior Medicare Patrol
Free, confidential assistance for Medicare and Medicaid consumers to help them learn about, identify and report health care fraud, waste, abuse or error.
We're available on the following channels.