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Milestones Area Agency on Aging

935 E 53rd St
Davenport, IA 52807-2633
(563) 324-9085
Fax: (563) 324-9384
Services Offered:
Area Agency on Aging
Milestones Area Agency on Aging serves Clinton County, IA, Scott County, IA, Muscatine County, IA, Keokuk County, IA, Mahaska County, IA and more...
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    About My Business
    Milestones Area Agency on Aging, a non-profit organization, supports older Iowans and adults with disabilities by facilitating state and federal programs/services and provides information/assistance to help this specific population stay independent in their communities and provide support to their family caregivers.

    LifeLong Links, our Aging and Disability Resource Center, is the state-wide aging and disability resource that helps older Iowans, individuals with disabilities, veterans and their caregivers think about and plan for long-term independent living.

    Facilitated program areas include information/referral, care coordination, congregate and home delivered meals, family caregiver support, options counseling, elder rights/abuse prevention, older worker employment, Medicare fraud/abuse education, workshops in falls prevention and chronic disease self-management.
    About My Services
    • Information, Referral and Assistance provides a connection to community networks and resources to help people age 60 and older, along with individuals living with disabilities age 18 and over, maintain independence, security, and quality of life.
    • Care Coordination assists individuals age 60 and over to live independently at home by coordinating home-based community services that help with activities of daily living.
    • Senior Nutrition Program offers daily nutritious meals to individuals age 60 and over which are served in a social, congregate dining center or delivered to the home. Individual nutrition counseling and group nutrition/wellness education is also offered.
    • Family Caregiver Program supports people who care for their parents, spouses, or others by providing information and resources along with individual counseling.
    • Options Counseling provides person-centered planning and implementing of long-term supports and services for people age 60 and over, individuals age 18 and over living with a disability, veterans and caregivers.
    • Senior Medicare Patrol empowers individuals to prevent healthcare fraud by providing information to help them “Protect, Detect, and Report” potential or suspected cases of Medicare fraud.
    • Wellness and Safety evidence-based education classes, “Better Choices, Better Health” and “Matter of Balance”, are offered for chronic disease self-management and fall prevention practices.
    • Senior Health Insurance Information Program connects experienced volunteers with individuals to help find answers to questions about Medicare and other health insurance issues.
    • Elder Rights and Abuse Prevention provides resources,information, and proactive solutions for individuals and families that have concern for their safety and well-being.
    • Older Worker Employment Program provides an array of employment and supportive services to those age 55 and older with disabilities who are serviced through Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation.
    Conditions I Am Unable To Treat
    Translators in Spanish and Vietnamese are accessible with an appointment.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    • Meals Anyone age 60-plus, along with their spouse of any age, is welcome to dine at a Senior Nutrition Center, regardless of income. Meals are funded in part by the Older Americans Act and with voluntary contributions by age-eligible participants. Service will not be denied based on level of contribution. Both congregate and home delivered meal participants are encouraged to make a voluntary contribution. A "suggested donation based on income" is posted at each location. Other individuals under age 60 must pay the current full price for the meal.
    • Other program/services Many of our services are free of charge such as information and referrals. Fees/donations may vary depending on programming or workshop fees.
    • Accepted form of payment: Cash/check
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    Monday - Friday 8am to 4:30 pm
    Agency or Registry
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