MAC offers a variety of services designed to help people age in place (remain in their homes).
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Clients receive in-home, individualized plan of services, based on a needs assessment, that may significantly delay or prevent costly nursing home placement.
Eligibility: No age requirement. Clients must be eligible for community Medicaid and must be medically eligible; Clients in this program are NOT eligible for assisted living.
Provides personal care and support planner services only, designed to keep people living in their home.
Eligibility: No age requirement; must be medically eligible and eligible for Community Medicaid
One-time only assistance, funded through a private foundation, to help those who can’t afford medication. Clients are then encouraged to seek counseling from a Medicare specialist on enrolling in a medication assistance program.
Eligibility: Clients must be age 55 or older and a resident of Wicomico County.
The purpose of this program is to bring seniors out of nursing homes and keep them living in the community, with the support of appropriate services.
Eligibility: Clients must be in a nursing facility on Long-Term Medical Assistance, be medically and financially eligible; clients are eligible to live in an assisted living facility or private residence.
For more information:
Supports Planning Supervisor
410-742-0505, ext. 142
The primary goal of the Senior Care Program is to provide services that will support aging in place, keeping seniors living in their own home, and at a lower cost than a long-term care facility.
Services vary according to need, but may include personal care, light housekeeping chores, and emergency response systems, such as case management services.
MAC provides Senior Care service in Wicomico County only. There are Senior Care programs in every county in Maryland.
Tuesdays-Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Sherree Marshall
Mondays-Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
410 632 1277
Eligibility: Age 65 or older. Must meet income and medical guidelines
Following completion of an assessment, a case manager will create a plan of care, based on the client’s needs and wishes, and what services and funds are available.
For more information:
Maryland Access Point/Information & Assistance