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Elder Care

Elder Care Resources

This page is intended only to function as a clearinghouse of publicly-available information. Drexel has not itself investigated any of these agencies or providers and is not endorsing or encouraging you to use any of them. The information has been obtained from the web only through a preliminary search; as a result, we do not guarantee the accuracy of the information that is provided. You should be sure to conduct your own investigation to ensure the quality and bona fides of the provider and the program it offers and the appropriateness for your family.

In addition to the resources we list below, Drexel University now partners with Health Advocate, which offers the Work/Life Program to all full-time and part-time benefit eligible faculty members of Drexel University as well as their families. The Work/Life Program provides resources on aging, including topics such as senior housing options, advance directives and living wills, government programs, adult day centers, and care giving. For further information on these services, contact Health Advocate at 1-866-799-2728 or go to www.HealthAdvocate.com/drexel and click “EAP+Work/Life.

Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA). PCA is a non-profit organization designated since 1973 as Philadelphia County’s Area Agency on Aging. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for older adults through programs, services, information, research and advocacy. Contains information for caregivers and seniors.

Montgomery County Department of Aging & Adult Services. The Montgomery County Office of Aging and Adult Services assists those in need through a variety of supportive social programs and services so that individuals may remain active and independent within the community. Offers a variety of services to the elderly and caregiver resources. 

Government Resources

Other Organizations