309 East Main Street
Lexington, SC 29072
Interfaith volunteer agency serving seniors 50 and over.
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309 East Main Street
Lexington, SC 29072
Interfaith volunteer agency serving seniors 50 and over.
110 Dillon Drive
Spartanburg, SC 29307
Hospice Care of South Carolina has been serving patients and families since 1997. We have 33 physical office locations allowing us to serve all 47 counties and admit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
355 Cedar Springs Road
Spartanburg, SC 29302
The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind is the state's specialized school for students who are deaf or blind. It offers Pre-K-12 educational programs on its main campus in Spartanburg and specialized vision and hearing services in homes and school districts throughout the state.
1650 Park Circle
Columbia, SC 29201
We are an activity center for adults 50 years and up. The Lourie Center’s mission is to provide opportunities for older adults to remain physically fit, socially engaged, intellectually stimulated and independent.
200 Milligan Circle
Saint Matthews, SC 29135
Calhoun County Council on Aging (CCCOA) is a county agency that provides programs and services to promote the well-being of aging persons residing in Calhoun County, SC. Its purpose is to help them maintain their independence, function to the best of their ability, and to inform them of resources, activities and opportunities available in the community.
9039 Fairforest Road
Spartanburg, SC 29301
The Spartanburg Council on Aging (SCOA) is a focal point for aging resources. SCOA provides opportunities designed to enhance the quality of life of older adults in Spartanburg County through access to a continuum of services, programs, and resources that promote healthy living and independence. SCOA is a partnership between Spartanburg Regional Foundation, Spartanburg County Parks Department, Spartanburg Regional Transportation, and Mobile Meals.
235 Barnwell Avenue, NW
Aiken, SC 29801
Project VISION (Volunteers In Service In Our Neighborhoods) is the home repair initiative for the United Way of Aiken County, Inc. Home repairs are provided for low-income, disabled seniors, age 62 year or older. Senior(s) must own their home and currently occupy it.
1324 Grove Park NE
Orangeburg, SC 29116
Medicare/Medicaid Certified Hospice agency, providing skilled nursing care, medical social services, chaplain, certified nursing assistants, volunteers, grief counseling as well as medical supplies and equipment and medications. Pharmacy services available 24/7 for hospice patients.
402 Pearl Street
Darlington, SC 29532
Senior Center offering: Group Dining, Home Delivered Meals, House Keeping, Transportation, Arthritis Exercise, Group Activities, Information and Referral, Telephone Reassurance, Alzheimer's Support Group, and Volunteer Program.
39 E. Calhoun Street
Sumter, SC 29150
Santee-Lynches Area Agency on Aging, serve as a forum of governments, advocating a regional vision through identification of opportunities, effective courses of action, and appropriate resources essential to enable local governments to enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties.
100-1 Construction Way
Anderson, SC 29625
Touch the FutureInc. is a 501(c) 3, nonprofit organization providing individuals who are disabled, seniors, disabled Veterans, or from disadvantaged communities with computer, durable medical equipment, and assistive technology services and devices. Touch the Future supports other nonprofit organizations and educational programs and provides communities, entrepreneurs, and businesses opportunities for accessible and inclusive communication, conferences, events and services. In addition, we offer comprehensive assessment, consulting and training services including but not limited to ADA and accessibility consulting, Life Planning, and continuing education opportunities. Touch the Future is a Paralympic Sports Club and home to many specialized programs and services. We are ALINK to independent living and Touch the Future of lives each day.
57 Longleaf Drive
Trenton, SC 29847
Faith Housing Coalition provides preventative services relating to underlying causes of homelessness and assist clients in applying for and receiving such services.
5429 Bush River Rd
Columbia, SC 29212
Hospice provider for the greater Columbia and Midlands area.
236 Stoneridge drive
Columbia, SC 29210
Central Midlands Area Agency on Aging promotes a positive experience of aging for older individuals, the disabled community and their families. Serving Richland, Lexington, Newberry and Fairfield counties.
• Contracts with local council on aging agencies for services.
• Regional Aging and Disability Advisory Committee (RADAC) assist the Council of Governments in fulfilling the responsibilities of the AAA/ADRC.
• Majority of Aging Services are federally funded.
• Services provided include the Information Referral & Assistance Program, Family Caregiver Support Program and the I-CARE program.
159 Morgan St., NW
Aiken, SC 29802
Aiken Senior Life Services (formerly Aiken Area Council on Aging) was organized in 1969 by a dedicated group of local volunteers who thought Aiken County needed a "focal point" for information, referral and counseling for older adults and their families.
It is the mission of the Aiken Senior Life Services to provide health, wellness, nutrition, transportation, social and other services that enhance the quality of life, independence, dignity and aid in the prevention of critical and acute care needs of our community.
2404 Wise Road
Conway, SC 29526
Shoreline Behavioral Health Services addresses the problem of alcohol and substance abuse in Horry County by providing individualized, recovery based treatment and community prevention services.
105 Summerwood Way
Aiken, SC 29803
Regency Hospice, provides in-home hospice care.
634 Campground Rd
Yemassee, SC 29945
The Area Agency on Aging identifies the needs of seniors and disabled persons and existing services available. The Area Agency on Aging prepares a plan to meet these needs of the senior population. Whereas the ADRC will link the disabled person to the local resources available. The AAA and ADRC staff work with federal, state, and local officials, service providers, volunteers, and the private sector to encourage new services. Lowcountry AAA/ ADRC staff members are dedicated to improving the lives of the senior and disabled populations. Our staff is available to speak to community groups about the programs available.
2006 Pelham Road
Greenville, SC 29607
Greenville Place provides Assisted Living and Memory Care in Greenville, SC. Our residents have access to a choice of home health agencies that provide regular personal care assessments. Staff members who are on call 24 hours a day work with residents to tailor plans for all levels of care needed, with services including medication reminders and administration, incontinence care, special nutritional counseling and escort and transfer assistance available if and when needed. Residents also can obtain bathing, dressing and grooming assistance and medication administration as necessary.
Physical, occupational and speech therapies are available on site as conveniences to our residents, who also have access to psychotherapy services. Wellness, walking, balance and exercise classes also are offered on a regular basis.
80 Capital Drive
Hilton Head, SC 29926
The Deep Well Project is a private social service agency helping people with basic services who are experiencing an emergency situation. Deep Well assists with rent payments, utilities, food, medicine, home repair and home furnishings. Our service area is Hilton Head Island and occasionally Bluffton.
359 Park Avenue
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Adult Enrichment Centers provides adult day health services through person-centered activities in a community-based group setting. We offer direct services that promote maximum independence, health, and quality of life through a broad range of programming with easy accessibility. Health and wellness activities provided in a relaxed, home-like atmosphere offer our participants physical, mental, and social stimulation.
Physical activities are designed to preserve or enhance strength, stability, intellectual and social functioning, and physical coordination. AEC programs give adult family caregivers much needed respite and allows many the opportunity to return to active employment as their daily caregiving responsibilities are shared through their family member's program attendance. We provide door-to-door transportation for our participants within a 15-mile radius of our Centers located in Rock Hill, Fort Mill, and York, South Carolina (SC).
Charleston, SC 29412
Margaret Kunes, MHA, CMC is an Aging Life Care Manager who owns and operates a small practice offering highly personalized decision support for individuals and families face with managing chronic illness, particularly cognitive impairment, or more general matters related to aging and planning for the future.
ALCC also offers assistance with exploring retirement community options, medication management, home care management, coordinating and attending medical and other business appointments, crisis intervention, client and caregiver education and support, and additional related services based on needs of the individual situation. Based on the understanding that she and her clients establish, Margaret draws on her extensive Charleston network to recommend carefully selected local physicians, attorneys, financial advisers, home health and respite support, residential services and more — as needed. And, as family
members arrive at crossroads in their caregiving, she helps them
come to the decisions, big and small, that “feel right.”
Nationally certified as a professional care manager, and owner of
Aging Life Care Charleston, LLC, Margaret has built a reputation
for providing sensitive, knowledgeable guidance to individuals
and caregiving family members dealing with illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s and similar dementias. Margaret works with clients to explore opportunities to plan ahead of a need for a graceful and proactive approach to future care needs in addition to providing support in challenging situations that can create medical, financial, legal — and purely practical — dilemmas that can seem overwhelming. That is when it may be time to “Call Margaret.”
423 Parris Island Gateway
Beaufort, SC 29906
Love House Academy's Senior Day Program is designed for retired adults over the age of 60 who are looking for a place to remain healthy in Mind, Body, and Soul. It is for Lowcountry seniors who seek a reputable local organization to help them enjoy life to its fullest. Our Senior Day Program is also ideal for seniors who may otherwise be isolated in their home environment.
Love House Academy's Senior Day Program is free and open to the public. With sites across Beaufort County, seniors have easy access to a program that supports healthy socialization, physical activity, creativity, and soul-strengthening. We encourage regular attendance, and transportation is available to and from the Day Program.
Participants can expect to be around other people their age who seek the same in a Senior Day Program. Our services are structured with a simple routine including planned activities and fun adventures. Our goal is to support seniors in having healthy, active lifestyles and to inspire choices that promote wellness and overall improved quality of life.
Activities include but are not limited to: Socialization, Arts & Crafts, Health & Wellness, Nutrition & Fitness, BINGO, Community Excursions, Monthly Community Fellowships, Shopping, Gardening, Lifelong Learning, and more.
As of April, 2018 we have four Senior Day Program locations (Port Royal, Ladys Island, St. Helena, and Yemassee) and we are building up interest for our fifth location in Seabrook (please let us know if you or someone you know is interested in our Seabrook site and we will keep you informed as to when it will open).
To register, please contact our main office and request an application. Our main office hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm.
Beaufort County has a large number of grandparents raising grandkids. If you or someone you know is in need of affordable after-school and/or summer care, our Learning Academy services for students (children must be at least five years old) may be a good fit. The Learning Academy focuses on continual educational opportunities when school is out of session and supports academics, attendance, positive behavior, and healthy choices in mind, body, and soul. Please see our website for details or call for more information.
About Our Director:
Co-Pastor Theresa Roberts is an influential icon in her Beaufort County community through her outreach ministries and public involvement. She attentively mentors and supports seniors, children, teens, young adults, and women. Her passion for seeing lives changed has resulted in the $1-A-Day After School Program, the Love House Learning Academy, the Summer Learning Academy, and the Senior Day Program. Theresa is by far a trailblazer when it comes to supporting the community and helping to bridge the gap between vulnerable people and accessible services that improve quality of life.
4124 Clemson Blvd, Suite L
Anderson, SC 29621
The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. The South Carolina Chapter serves the entire state through network of regional offices in Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg, Columbia, Myrtle Beach and Charleston.
We are here to help, providing care and support for those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Our 24-Hour Helpline is available anytime day or night at 800-272-3900. Learn more about our services at http://alz.org/sc.
1 Carriage Lane Building A
Charleston, SC 29407
The mission of the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to empower individuals with blindness and visual impairment to lead safe, dignified, independent and rewarding lives and to prevent vision loss for adults in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties as well as children in Charleston County Title 1 schools.