Welcome to the Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources of Lebanon County
The Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources of Lebanon County is your one-stop, “no-wrong door” resource for persons over age 60; persons with a disability; veterans; family members; care givers others seeking information about local resources.
Call or contact one or more of these core (below) or collaborative partner organizations on this Website.
The Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources of Lebanon County is your seamless network of Core and Collaborative Partner agencies which allows you to initiate contact with any LINK Network partner and, generally speaking, experience the same intake to access information, assistance, and resources.
All persons seeking information about services must be, directly or seamlessly, connected to the information and services needed, no matter the initial point of entry into the Long Term Services and Supports system.
The “no wrong door” approach attempts to minimize duplication of efforts by consumer and providers, minimizes potential confusion and steps a consumer needs to complete to receive services, enhance individual choice, support informed decision-making, and increase the cost effectiveness of long term support systems.
If you are a person over age 60; a person with a disability; a veteran, family member; care giver or someone else seeking information about local resources, the Pennsylvania County LINK to Aging and Disability Resources’ Lebanon County core and collaborative partnership can help you:
- Evaluate services necessary to remain independent
- Make connections with organizations that provide needed services
- Assist with applications to determine funding eligibility
Call or contact one or more of the core and collaborative partner organizations on this Website.
It is best to reach the Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resources through any of the core partners, such as the local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) or your local Center for Independent Living (CIL). That contact information is listed above.
You may also call the Pennsylvania LINK to Aging and Disability Resource Center toll free at 1-800-753-8827.