The Office of Aging & Disabled Services is the state designated area agency on aging to advocate, plan, coordinate and provide area wide programs and services for senior citizens and disabled persons residing in the county. The office serves as the connecting link between County government, State Government and local communities in the development of various programs and initiatives.
The office is the recognized lead agency for ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource Connection), the statewide system that coordinates access to services, care management and support services for seniors and the disabled. The office is responsible for taking the lead in providing information, referral and assistance to seniors, the disabled, their caregivers, provider agencies and the general public who need to obtain services in the county.
The Aging & Disabled Resource Directory is a directory of various services and agencies for older adults (60+) and individuals with disabilities (18+) within Middlesex County. The topics range from Adult Day Care to Out of State Assistance. For a free copy please visit the link above our contact our office at 732-745-3295.
The Middlesex County Active Daily Living Senior and Caregiver Information and Newsletter helps older adults and their family caregivers by providing free, personalized advice to enhance health, independence, and aging-in-place.
The survey’s purpose it is gather valuable data on
the service needs of older adults (60+), disabled persons (18+) and their
caregivers to further assist their needs. It will help identify existing
and potential needs, existing resources, as well as unmet needs, under-utilized
services and barriers that may prevent access to available services.
Please take a moment to complete the survey.
The Office of Aging & Disabled Services provides a broad array of services including:
Please see links below for the following information
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