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Transportation is provided by local civic or community groups and Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) in coordination with programs funded by the Mississippi Department of Transportation.
Information, Assistance, Outreach and Local Focal Points - Knowing where to turn for help is the first step toward getting it.
This service is provided at no cost to the older person, although contributions are solicited to help expand the availability of the service.
Home-delivered meals provide basic nutrition for the frail homebound elderly.
A network of public services is established, along with an informal support system of family members, friends, neighbors, churches, civic clubs and concerned citizens.
Case managers identify the needs of frail elderly adults through a comprehensive assessment completed in the homes of clients.
In this population segment, about 79 percent own the homes in which they live.