Aging Resources of Douglas County is a non-profit whose mission is to help older people stay living independent. We are a one-stop center for aging issues and concerns. We help seniors and their families with resource navigation on a variety of issues such as community services, transportation, housing, county grant programs and caregiver support. In addition to resource navigation, we provide crucial assistance to our members through our volunteer services program called Neighbor Network. Our volunteer drivers provide transportation to medical appointments, to local errands such as grocery shopping, to church or to visit loved ones. Our volunteer companions make visits in the home, chat over the phone, go out to lunch, play games or do hobbies. Our home services volunteers help with handyman chores, light housekeeping and seasonal yard work.
- Resource navigation on aging issues and concerns
- Volunteer drivers provide transportation to medical appointments, to local errands and to visit loved ones
- Volunteer companions to visit in the home, go out to lunch, chat on the phone, play games or do hobbies
- Volunteer help at home with light housekeeping, handyman chores and seasonal yard work