You can choose from two paths to reach the Medicare coverage you need. For more information, contact The Senior Source. We’re here to help!
The Senior Source’s “Beat the Heat” program has concluded and was a success, but here are a few ways that can help you stay cool. The Senior Source is still here to help you in every way we can. Below you will find a list of resources to help give you some relief in
Our “Shield Our Seniors” app for iPhone and for Android devices. This app assists first responders in the detection of and protection from elder abuse. You can download this app as noted below. The app itself is free, but downloading an app could cause you to incur charges depending on your specific data plan.
May is Older Americans Month so The Senior Source is shining a light on the needs of Older Adults and how anyone (yes, anyone!) can help. Whether you share the information and resources below with loved ones, offer direct time and energy, or volunteer/donate to nonprofit agencies like The Senior Source, everyone can help seniors live
What is SNAP? SNAP stands for Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program. You may also hear it referred to as the food stamp program. SNAP provides monetary monthly assistance that can be used to purchase food at your local grocery stores. Whatever amount you don’t use will roll over until the next month. Eligibility is based off
Tom Hamlin has been a volunteer in our Elder Financial Safety Center since 2022. He currently serves as a Money Management Volunteer, helping to support and promote independence for adults 60+ who are experiencing financial difficulties. He sat down with us to talk about his experiences. His final thoughts on what to expect when volunteering
Our Purpose Serving to uplift seniors because they matter. Our Values We have a heart and passion for the mission. We put seniors at the center. We all deserve a voice. We are committed to growth. We spread joy. Our Envisioned Future In the year 2048 The Senior Source will be able to say:
A caregiver is defined as anyone who cares for a person who cannot care for themselves, typically assisting the individual or dependent person with the activities of daily life (ADL’s), such as bathing, dressing, and eating. A caregiver allows the individual to age in place rather than in a facility. A 2019 review by the
Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Permanent, government program to help low-income households pay for internet and connected devices, such as laptops or tablets. Up to $30 per month discount on internet or up to $75 per month if you live on tribal lands One-time $100 discount per household on purchasing a device A Texas family of
by Natalie Krusz Financial Case Manager When Case Manager Shannon Miller called me early one April morning with the news that a client’s apartment had burned down, I started making urgent phone calls. I had been working with Margaret Turner for several months and wanted to make sure she was well. I eventually reached Margaret