The Senior and Adult Services Division (SASD) provides quality case management services coordinating home and community-based resources and services for individuals aged 60 and older and adults aged 18 – 59 with physical disabilities receiving or in the application process for SSI/Disability payments. Service priority is given to individuals with the greatest economic and social needs. Case management is predicated on helping those community members who are aging or those with disabilities maintain a quality of life in the home and community-based setting.
Through a contract with the Area Agency on Aging, the Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL) program receives referrals from those seeking assistance in the community. The SAIL case managers provide person-centered planning to assist each individual based on their needs. This program aims to ensure individuals served can continue living independently in their homes in a safe and healthy environment for as long as possible. This is achieved through case management and linking those served to additional services such as home-delivered meals, home nursing, and other community resources.