Aging & Disability Resource Center
1. What is AIHS' Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)?
The ADRC provides streamlined access to information, care options, short-term case management, and benefits enrollment across a spectrum of long-term care services and supports. Options Counselors can refer as well as connect you to an array of services. Our ADRC is a key component in Indiana’s No Wrong Door (NWD) initiative to provide one-stop information and referral that will make it easier for all populations in need of long-term services and supports (LTSS) to learn about and access available services and supports.
2. What services can I receive from the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)?
You can receive information and referral as well as application and assessment for various federal and state-funded programs such as Medicaid Waiver, Medicare Low-Income Subsidy, Meals on Wheels, State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), as well as non-income based private pay services to stay safe and independent in your own home.
3. Are there eligibility requirements or costs to participate?
There is no cost to call the ADRC for information and assistance. However, each program will have its own set of eligibility requirements and your Options Counselor can provide you with those specific requirements.
1. What is the State Health Insurance Program (SHIP)? The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) is an unbiased counseling program provided by the Indiana Department of Insurance for Medicare Beneficiaries in Indiana. SHIP is not affiliated with any insurance company or agency and does… Read More