Below is a list of services provided by Appalachian Agency For Senior Citizens. For more information on a service please follow the links provided.
This program of all-inclusive care for the elderly is a program of the Commonwealth of Virginia and AASC. By coordinating, providing, and supervising all home and health care services, AllCARE helps frail, older individuals stay safe and comfortable at home.
Generations operates adult and child day care services at Cedar Bluff, and adult day care services at Haysi. The Cedar Bluff facility provides services for participants in Buchanan, Russell, and Tazewell counties. The Haysi facility provides services for Dickenson, Buchanan, and Russell County participants.
Anyone of any age can ride Four County Transit’s public routes. We are a fully coordinated public transit system serving the residents of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell, and Tazewell counties.
Care Coordination links older people with appropriate long-term care services so they can maintain their independence. Care coordinators provide outreach, assessment, and care planning. Through this program, individuals learn about and/or receive assistance from AASC and partner organizations.
Our Nutrition program provides hot, frozen, or canned meals to eligible senior citizens. This is one nutritious meal per day, seven days a week. We deliver the meals every 14 days.
Our dedicated staff of experienced caregivers provides a full range of in-home care. In-Home Care services are designed for people who are at least 60 years old, frail, have a disability, or are at risk of institutional placement. In-Home Care offers personal care and homemaker services.
The ombudsman is an advocate helps older adults have a voice in what happens to them, ensures their quality of care meets the standards set forth in state and federal laws and guidelines, and works with residents, families, and management to ensure that nursing home and assisted living facility residents are treated with dignity and respect.
The Virginia Department for the Aging (VDA) has funded Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens (AASC) to provide public guardianship services to individuals in Buchanan and Tazewell counties.
Emergency Home Repair improves housing occupied by low-income persons by completing limited repairs and removing imminent health and safety hazards and/or barriers to habitability in their homes.