Videos
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Aging and Disability Resources

Alabama's Aging and Disability Resource Center is your local one stop source of information for the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers. We provide free information, counseling, and connect you with a wide variety of services and programs. Whether you are looking for information and assistance, counseling on your benefits and options, valuable information on health and wellness, planning for your future, or even need support during a crisis, call us at 1-800-AGE-LINE (1-800-243-5463).

 
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Keeping Dignity for the Elderly and Disabled

Ideally, most experts believe that it is best to provide the necessary assistance, which would help the elderly and disabled live independently in their own home for as long as possible. If you are an Alabama resident, we can help put you in touch with the right agency. Call us at 1-800-AGE-LINE (1-800-243-5463).

 
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Elder Abuse and Legal Assistance

This video hopes to help inform the elderly of the prevalence of elder abuse, the types of abuse, the reporting process, and their rights. Alabama's Aging & Disability Resource Center is your local one stop source of information for the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers. 

 
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Recognizing Elder Abuse

This video will tell you what elder abuse is, how can you report it, and how to be on the lookout for abuse in senior citizens. 

 
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Help for Caregivers of Elderly, Aging, and Disabled

This video is for current and potential caregivers. It shows that there is now an easy way to locate information and resources in the State of Alabama. 

 
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Caregiver Stress

When someone is the primary caregiver for someone who is elderly or disabled, it is very important to take care of the basic needs of the caregiver. Alabama's Aging & Disability Resource Center is your local one stop source of information for the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers. We provide free information, counseling, and connect you with a wide variety of services and programs. Call us at 1-800-AGE-LINE (1-800-243-5463).

 
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Medicare Fraud

This video helps inform the elderly, disabled, and their caregivers of the many types of fraud and abuse that they may face. 

 
 
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Detecting Medicare Fraud

This video will show you why the elderly, disabled, and their caregivers should review Medicare statements and how to detect Medicare fraud and abuse. 

 
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Health Promotion and Wellness for the Elderly

This video will tell you 4 things medical doctors typically recommend to Seniors to help them lead a satisfying life. 

 
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Who helps you when you or your relative have long-term care problems?

What kind of resources do you have when you are looking for long-term care?  There is an easy way to locate information and resources in the State of Alabama.  Call 1-800-AGE-LINE to get put in touch with the right agency to help you make decision about nursing homes and nursing facilities, and elderly and disabled care.

 
 
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Prescription Assistance (if you are not qualified for Medicaid)

What resources do you have if you are elderly or disabled if you are not qualified for regular assistance? Alabama's Agency & Disability Resource Center is your local one stop source of information for the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers. We provide free information, counseling, and connect you with a wide variety of services and programs. Whether you are looking for information and assistance or counseling on your benefits and options, looking for valuable information on health and wellness, planning for your future, or even need support during a crisis, we call us at 1-800-AGE-LINE. (1-800-243-5463)

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Volunteerism and the Elderly

It has been shown that many senior citizens find great satisfaction volunteering. Alabama's Aging & Disability Resource Center is your local one stop source of information for the elderly, the disabled, and their caregivers. We are always looking for people to volunteer to help us with these services. Call us at 1-800-AGE-LINE (1-800-243-5463).