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- PCA Funded
Center in the Park
Multi-service senior center in Northwest Philadelphia. Offers programs for older adults including ombudsman services; social recreational health and fitness arts and humanities and life-long learning activities. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).
- PCA Funded
KleinLife: Northeast Philadelphia & Russian Satellite
Multi-service senior center that provides congregate meals, recreation, education, medical clinic, transportation, trilingual counseling (Russian English Yiddish) home-delivered meals, emergency food volunteer programs, legal assistance, housing assistance, support groups and more. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).
- PCA Funded
PCA PrimeTime Health
Provides information, education, skill-building, screenings and support to individuals groups and communities in Philadelphia through health promotion and education programs; provides clinical opportunities for students in health care fields.
- PCA Funded
Philadelphia Senior Center on the Avenue of the Arts and Asian Pacific Resource Center
Multi-service senior center that offers a wide range of services including meals recreation transportation education counseling financial management assistance volunteer opportunities computer training and referral resources. The Philadelphia Senior Center program is managed by the Newcourtland Network.
A-TEAM Home Care, Inc.
A-TEAM Home Care Inc. is a trusted leader in providing Skilled Nursing and Personal Care Assistance to adults of all ages, allowing access to the highest quality care while continuing to live safely in the comfort of their own home. Our trained and licensed Nurses & Therapists (Physical, Occupational, and Speech) will work around your schedule to make visits to your home. Our Companions and Home Health Aides provide home-making services which include meal preparation, light housekeeping, bathing, shopping, medication reminders, escort to appointments, laundry, and running small errands. A-TEAM is a trusted resource for both healthcare professionals and families. Bilingual staff available.
Abington Memorial Hospital
A 665-bed regional referral center and teaching hospital that provides comprehensive high-quality care for patients in Montgomery Bucks and Philadelphia counties. Includes a senior health division.
Adaptive Modifications Program (AMP)
Provides free adaptive modification improvements for physically disabled homeowners in Philadelphia.
Alzheimer?s Disease Support Group
South Philadelphia Support Group.
Alzheimer?s Disease Support Group 2
South Philadelphia Support Group.
Alzheimer?s Disease Support Group 3
South Philadelphia Support Group.
Alzheimer’s Association – Delaware Valley Chapter
Provides information and support services for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders and their families. Offers MedicAlert? + Safe Return? programs.
Alzheimer’s Disease Education & Referral Center (ADEAR)
Funded by the National Institute on Aging (part of NIH) this service is authorized by the U.S. Congress to compile archive and disseminate information concerning Alzheimer’s Disease.
Alzheimer’s Support Group at Holy Redeemer Lafayette
Alzheimer’s Support Group in Northeast Philadelphia.
American Cancer Society
Provides literature information and speakers on cancer detection and treatment. Also provides information on the Society’s services educational programs and patient support programs. Learn about making treatment decisions coping with side effects handling financial matters caregiving and living well after cancer. The ACS also has programs and services to help you manage cancer treatment and recovery and find the emotional support you need. Best of all our help is free and available 24 hours a day 7 days a week by calling 1-800-227-2345.
American Diabetes Association – Philadelphia Office
The ADA is primarily a research and educational organization which provides information speakers classes workshops and audiovisual materials on diabetes and heart disease. Also offers screenings and referrals for treatment. Assists with advocacy for individuals with diabetes who suffer from vision problems job discrimination and/or need vocational rehabilitation.
American Heart Association – Southeast Philadelphia Office
Local office provides information and educational materials regarding heart disease and stroke.
Rents and sells home healthcare equipment and supplies such as hospital beds and accessories wheelchairs walking aids home safety aids respiratory equipment infusion therapy equipment oxygen and related supplies and bathroom safety products.
American Kidney Fund
Provides direct financial assistance to kidney disease patients who cannot afford costs related to their treatment i.e. transportation prescriptions special dietary needs help with living expenses etc.
American Lung Association of PA
Provides information and literature on lung disease. Offers programs for asthma education (both adults and children); smoking cessation clinics; and education and support groups for people with lung disease. Offers referrals to other organizations when necessary.
American Ramp System (AmRamp)
Provides wheelchair ramps and other accessibility solutions. Both portable (aluminum) and permanent ramps are available for rent or purchase. Offers free evaluation for any home.
Travelers ages 62 and over receive a 15% discount off most Amtrak rail fares anywhere in the United States all year long.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association
Provides services for individuals with ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig Disease).
Apria Healthcare Inc.
National provider of home infusion therapy and durable medical equipment and supplies. Trevose branch offers enteral therapy respiratory therapies and durable medical/surgical equipment and supplies.
A non-profit organization which joins the arts and audiences including the physically and mentally challenged and the economically disadvantaged in the Delaware Valley.
Provides information and referral; conducts public forums on arthritis provides free speakers to community groups and senior centers pamphlets and films on various aspects of arthritis.
Associated Services for the Blind (ASB) & Visually Impaired
Provides information referral and adjustment to vision loss.
Belmont Behavioral Health – Northeast (Philadelphia Center for Human Development)
Provides partial and intensive outpatient mental health services for adults. Also offers acute partial hospital services as a step-down from inpatient hospitalization as well as a longer-term sub-acute partial hospitalization designed to reintegrate individuals into their communities.
Blind Relief Fund of Philadelphia
The Blind Relief Fund provides services for the blind only after they become a client.
Brain Injury Support Group
Center City Philadelphia Support Group.
Bureau of Blindness & Visual Services
Your Road to Independence
Cancer Information Service
Provides answers to cancer-related questions free literature education on cancer prevention detection and diagnosis quit smoking programs referrals to community agencies hospitals clinics and specialists and professional consultation for nurses and
Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia
South Philadelphia Support Group.
Cancer Support Community Philadelphia
Serves people with cancer and their loved ones throughout the 5-county area. Services (all free) include support for individuals and their families educational workshops healthy lifestyle programs and social activities. See full calendar of programs and events at http://www.cancersupport-phila.org/
Cancer Treatment Center of America
Feeling stressed or overwhelmed: Looking for support? Free personalized support for unpaid caregivers.
Provides socialization recreational and educational services to persons with disabilities.
Catholic Health Care Services
Offers various senior living options and services throughout the Philadelphia area. Also serves as a PCA In-Home Support Program provider at a partner location St. Charles Senior Community Center.
Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)
A national organization dedicated to increasing the availability of quality palliative care services for people facing serious complex illness. It provides health care professionals with the tools training and technical assistance necessary to start and sustain successful palliative care programs in hospitals and other health care settings. CAPC also sponsors www.getpalliativecare.org a website for patients and families.
Client Assistance Program at the Center for Disability Law and Policy
The Center for Disability Law and Policy administers the Client Assistance Program (CAP) which provides assistance to individuals with disabilities by informing and advising them of all available benefits under the Rehabilitation Act.
Communication Connection Inc
Provides interpreter/translation services as well as advocacy and education for the deaf hard of hearing and hearing communities in PA New Jersey and Delaware.
Community College of Philadelphia Center On Disability
Provides support services for disabled students attending Community College.
Complete Care Strategies (Elder Connections)
A care management company that integrates geriatric care management with home care services and client advocacy.
Deaf-Hearing Communications Centre Inc (DHCC)
The mission of the Deaf-Hearing Communication Center (DHCC) is to promote communication accessibility and cultural awareness to the Deaf hard of hearing and hearing populations by providing quality communication services advocacy and educational programs.
Dental Lifeline Network – PA (National Foundation of Dentistry for Handicapped)
The Network is run by the National Foundation of Dentistry for Handicapped (NFDH) a national charitable organization serving citizens with physical medical and mental disabilities. The Network operates the Donated Dental Services (DDS) program which provides free dental care to people with disabilities advanced age or chronic illness who cannot afford needed dental treatment.
Elwyn Dental Clinic
Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania
A non-profit voluntary health agency whose mission is to meet the non-medical needs of those with epilepsy and their families. We accomplish our goals through education support and advocacy. All of our educational programs are free of charge.
Offers vision evaluations to older adults (55 and over).
Fairview Care Center of Bethlehem Pike
Offers long term care short term rehabilitation and respite care. Part of the Genesis HealthCare network.
Foundation Fighting Blindness Inc
A national organization whose mission is to drive research that will provide preventions treatments and cures for people affected by retinitis pigmentosa (RP) macular degeneration Usher syndrome and the entire spectrum of retinal degenerative diseases. Has a local Philadelphia chapter.
Fox Chase Cancer Center
American Oncologic Hospital. The region’s only hospital devoted solely to cancer treatment research and prevention.
Geropsychiatric Treatment Centers – Alzheimer’s
Geropsychiatric treatment centers listed by the Alzheimer’s Association DE Valley Chapter.
Gloucester County Division of Senior Services
Coordinates and administers programs for seniors ages 60 or older and their families.
Haven Behavioral Hospital of Philadelphia
A new older adult behavioral health hospital that accepts patients 60 years and older. Provides integrated medical and behavioral healthcare by an experienced team of professionals (geriatricians physicians nurses behavioral health technicians social workers and expressive activity therapists). Located in East Falls Philadelphia.
Health Promotion for Women with Disabilities
The project is designed to improve the health status of women with disabilities.
Hear Now helps individuals who do not have adequate financial resources to access hearing aids and related services. Patients should have had a complete hearing evaluation done within the past 9 months.
Hearing Aid Helpline
Toll free automated hotline to answer questions about hearing aids and hearing loss. Provides general literature packets through the mail. No financial assistance is available.
Hearing Technology Associates LLC
This organization is comprised of two components: Hearing Technology Associates LLC and Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Treatment Center of Philadelphia PC
hireAbility is a nonprofit organization that matches qualified people with disabilities to job openings.
Homemaker Service of the Metropolitan Area Inc.
Provides in-home and community-based attendent care skilled nursing and nursing home transition.
Inglis Community Employment Services (ICES)
Provides employment support for people with physical disabilities in business environments.
Specialized long-term care wheelchair community for adults with physical disabilities.
Jeanes Home Health (Jeanes Hospital Temple University Health System)
Offers comprehensive skilled intermittent home health services. Provides visiting nurses therapists medical social workers and home health aides as well as education about self-care and arrangements for medical supplies/equipment. Medicare-certified and JCAHO-accredited.
JEVS Human Services – Supports for Independence
LaSalle University Speech-Language-Hearing Community Clinic
To provide diagnostic and treatment services on an outpatient basis in St Benilde Hall on the LaSalle University Campus for the surrounding communities.
Lewy Body Dementia Association Inc.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the Lewy Body Dementias supporting people with LBDs and promoting scientific advances. LBDs affect an estimated 1.5 million individuals and their families in the United States. The Lewy Body Association is here to help and let you know that you are not alone.
Liberty Resources Home Choices (Liberty Resources Inc.)
Liberty Resources Home Choices is a unique home care agency rooted in the Independent Living Philosophy. Run by individuals with disabilities Liberty Resources Home Choices delivers non-medical home care including assistance with personal care homemaking and companionship.
Liberty Resources Inc. – The Philadelphia Center for Independent Living
A non-profit consumer-driven organization that advocates and promotes Independent Living for persons with disabilities. Provides services to consumers of all ages. Some services may be helpful to senior citizens who are caregivers for disabled adults.
Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped – Free Library of Philadelphia
Offers a collection of large-print books audio books Braille books and periodicals for individuals who cannot read ordinary print because of a temporary or permanent visual handicap or who cannot hold a book because of a physical disability.
LS&S provides a catalog of products to empower the daily living for the visually and hearing impaired. Products include talking watches scales blood pressure machines and sugar monitors as well as assistive computer software and hardware.
Lupus Support Group – Philadelphia
Monthly support group for individuals with lupus and their families/friends. Meets 2nd Saturday of every month at 12:00 pm at UPenn’s Penn Tower (34th St. and Civic Center Blvd.). Also offers a telephonic support group.
Magee Rehabilitation – Jefferson Health System
A non-profit healthcare organization that offers comprehensive care for persons with a wide variety of physical and cognitive injuries and illnesses. Many outpatient health prevention and treatment services are available.
Magee Rehabilitation Riverfront Outpatient Center
Part of Magee Rehabilitation-Jefferson Health Center Magee Riverfront offers a complete range of outpatient therapies (physical occupational and speech therapies) as well as numerous specialty programs (Day Rehab CIMT Speech&Swallowing Center Balance Center and Work Fitness).
Mayor’s Commission on People with Disabilities
Provides information and referral services to persons with disabilities. Serves as an ombudsman with city offices; advocates on behalf of disabled individuals.
Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities
MAWD provides health care coverage to workers with disabilities. MAWD encourages persons with disabilities to work and enjoy the financial benefits of being employed.
Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation
A nonprofit collaboration of patients and families, physicians, advocates, and researchers that funds research, advocates, educates patients and families about the disease, and helps them connect with resources and information about treatment and support.
Moss Rehab Driving School
Provides professional driver training to persons with disabilities. Referred persons are assessed as to their physical and mental ability to operate a motor vehicle safely when confronted with various situations.
Moss Rehabilitation Hospital
Provides inpatient outpatient and day hospital rehabilitation for patients physically disabled by illness accident or injury.
National Alzheimer’s Association
This is a national voluntary health organization dedicated to research treatments prevention and cure of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.
National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization
Non-profit membership organization devoted exclusively to hospice.
National Kidney Foundation (Delaware Valley Chapter)
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract disease improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and families affected by these diseases and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. This NKF chapter serves the Delaware Valley.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society – Greater DE Valley Chapter
Offers information and referral to resources for individuals and families affected by multiple sclerosis.
Nexus Medical Inc.
Provides rehabilitation and home medical equipment for the Philadelphia Lehigh Valley Reading and New Jersey areas. Offers mobility-related products including walkers canes power wheelchairs hospital beds seat lift chairs and stair lifts.
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
This office serves individuals who have a severe physical emotional or learning disability that interferes with employment.
PA Council of the Blind
Statewide organization for blind and visually impaired individuals.
PA Department of Health Call Services Center
The PA Department of Health sponsors the PA Recreation and Leisure Line and the PA Brain Injury Helpline.
PA Department of Transportation Disabled Parking Placard
In order to obtain a parking placard Form MV-145A must be completed by the person with the disability certified by a physician or by a police officer.
PA Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT)
PIAT is a federally funded program of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. PIAT’s mission is to increase awareness access and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for all people with disabilities.
Parkinson?s Disease Support Groups (The Parkinson Council)
An online list of local support groups for individuals affected by Parkinson’s disease. Locations days and times vary per group.
Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorder Center
Provides medical care counseling education community outreach and support groups for movement disorders.
Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF)
Provides financing opportunities to older adults and persons with disabilities in PA so they can buy the assistive technology devices and services they need. Offers low-interest loans to help people afford devices such as adapted vehicles hearing aids home modifications scooters and wheelchairs flashing doorbells computers with special assistive software seat lift chairs and closed-circuit TVs.
Pennsylvania Stair Lifts Inc.
Commercial provider of stair lifts for consumers’ homes. Offers new used rental and custom-built stair lifts. Provides installation and maintenance.
Philadelphia Developmental Disabilities Corporation
Adult Day Care Centers are community based programs designed to meet the needs of functionally impaired older adults as well as to provide respite for their primary caregivers.
Philadelphia Elwyn Inc
Provides services to culturally deaf elderly individuals.
Philadelphia Mental Health Clinic
A behavioral health facility providing psychiatric and psychological services for older adults. Services include individual couples and family counseling and psychotherapy; psychological assessment; psycho-educational testing and evaluation; psychiatric evaluation for medications and mobile mental health services (in-home therapy).
Psychological Services Center-Temple University
The Temple University Psychological Services Center (PSC) provides a range of quality affordable psychological care psychotherapy counseling and testing services to adults of all ages children couples and families from all over the Delaware Valley.
R E E P (Recycled Equipment Exchange Program)
Rising Sun Medical Center
Healthcare/medical office that provides drug screening DNA collection personal injury care chiropractics and assistance with naturalization/citizenship application process.
Provides product comparisons and retailer referrals for home accessibility equipment and mobility devices including stair lifts porch lifts elevators ceiling lifts and more. Also offers information on possible funding in your area to assist with cost of products.
The Cottages at Germantown Senior Community
Subsidized housing development for adults with disabilities and/or cognitive impairments due to dementia. The two-bedroom cottages provide a secure home setting with the support of a live-in family member/caregiver.
United Spinal Association
United Spinal Association is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injury.
Visiting Physicians of the Delaware Valley LLC
Primary care physicians nurse practitioners and specialists who provide home healthcare services to homebound patients. Also collaborates with ancillary home health agencies that can provide in-home nursing PT home health aides and medical equipment/supplies.
Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley
Affordable living community in Germantown Philadelphia. Offers a range of senior living options including Independent Living Personal Care Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing and Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care.