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Middle Alabama AAA

15863 Highway 25
Calera, AL 35040-5065
(205) 670-5770
Fax: (205) 670-5750
Services Offered:
Area Agency on Aging
Middle Alabama AAA serves Blount County, AL, Walker County, AL, Shelby County, AL, Chilton County, AL, Saint Clair County, AL
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    About My Business
    The Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging (M4A) is one of thirteen Area Agencies on Aging in the State of Alabama. Governed by the Older Americans Act and supported by the Alabama Department of Senior Services (ADSS), M4A began serving seniors and caregivers in 1989. Although known mostly for its nutrition program, M4A provides many other services that enhance the quality of lives of seniors and enables them to reside in their home more safely.
    About My Services
    Aging and Disability Resource Center: Assist consumers to access long-term care options.

    Information and Referral: Access to all senior services through intake and assessment.

    Prescription Assistance: Help with medications for those 55 and older and or the Social Security Disabled of any age.

    Insurance Counseling: Counseling, advocacy, and information on Medicare, Medicaid, Part D, long-term care, and Medicare Fraud.

    Legal Services: Legal assistance with living wills, power of attorney, advanced directives, defense of guardianships and conservatorships.

    Nutrition: Provide meals to older individuals in both a congregate and home setting.

    Home and Community Based Services: In-home services and case management to help the elderly and disabled stay in their home.

    Caregiver Support: Help, support, services, and training for caregivers of seniors or grandparents caring for minor grandchildren.

    Ombudsman Services: Information and advocacy to residents of long-term care facilities and their family members.

    Senior Employment Training: Training and employment for seniors re-entering the work force.
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