The new “Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore Directory of Services for Seniors, Individuals with Disabilities, and Caregivers” is now available!
The directory was developed by MAC, Inc., the Area Agency on Aging, to improve access to resources and businesses that serve this population.
The colorful 104-page publication will help people more readily locate the businesses and agencies they seek, to learn more about available resources in this community, and to better understand available benefits that will help them live in the home of their choice while enjoying fuller, more active lives.
“Most older adults say they want to live in their homes for as long as possible, but many will need help to do so,” said MAC Executive Director Pattie Tingle. “But, it can be confusing to find needed services. That’s why MAC is producing this directory.”
The directory is available in both print and online versions. To view the electronic version of the directory, click on the following link: http://www.omagdigital.com/publication/?i=522726
Free print copies are available at MAC, Inc., located at 909 Progress Circle, in Salisbury. Print copies of the directory will soon be available at all the businesses featured in the publication, in addition to many other sites through the Lower Shore – including libraries, health departments and chambers of commerce.
“While it seems like information is everywhere, sometimes it is hard to find just the right information. MAC’s leadership in creating this resource guide will ensure that reliable information is together in one spot for those aging in our community or their loved ones and caregivers,” said Erica Joseph, President of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore.
For more information on the directory, or on MAC services, call 410-742-0505.