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- Kansas Department on Aging is a cabinet level agency, which promotes the security, dignity and independence of Kansas seniors. The Department on Aging achieves this through licensing, certifying and evaluating adult care homes in Kansas. The Department is also responsible for the oversight of community programs and Home and Community Based Services for the Frail and Elderly. The Kansas Department on Aging envisions a community that empowers Kansas seniors to make choices about their lives.
- Central Plains Area Agency on Aging is available to assist seniors 60 and over, caregivers of any age, and adults with disabilities through life’s transitions and with various levels of support. As the local Area Agency on Aging we have a special focus on seniors who are low income, minority, non English speaking, socially isolated as well as those with Alzheimer's Disease or at risk for nursing home placement. CPAAA also funds programs in the communiy that serve individuals under 60 who have a disability. The transportation program serves individuals of all ages. Please contact Information and Assistance at 316-660-5120 or 800-367-7298 to learn more about eligibility criteria and program target populations.
- Prairie Independant Living Resource Center is a private, nonprofit, nonresidential, consumer-driven agency endeavoring to promote the full inclusion of people with disabilities into the community of their choice. PILR receives funding to provide services in Harvey, McPherson and Reno counties. In addition, PILR Staff also assist individuals in under-served areas including Marian, Kingman, Stafford, Rice, Pratt, Barber and Harper counties. These services include the five core services, which are Individual and Systems Advocacy, Information and Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training and Deinstitutionalization. Additional services include Community Outreach, Community Education, Home and Community-Based Services, Technical Assistance, American Sign Language (ASL) classes and Braille Embossing. Community involvement is an important part of the Center's activities including active membership on a variety of local, county and state boards. Through PILR's consumer services and community activities, the Center is recognized as a vital community resource.
- Topeka Independent Living Resource Center is a civil and human rights organization. Their mission is to advocate for justice, equality and essential services for a fully integrated and accessible society for all people with disabilities.