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The Ontario County Office for the Aging Would Like Your Opinion

There are now 24,000 people age 60 or older living in Ontario County, up from 17,000 just a decade ago. This age group represents 22% of the total county population. From 2000 to 2010 the population age 60 to 84 increased by 37% and those 85 and older increased by 52%.  This growth in population highlights the growing need for sufficient community- based long term care services.

Now more than ever it is important that we hear from the residents of Ontario County on the services they most need.

Please attend one of our Public Hearings give us your opinion. Following the public hearing please stay for the Wellness Forum.

September 9, 2014    1:00 pm – East Bloomfield

United Methodist Church, 2 Park Place, Corner of Routes 5 & 20

Wellness Forum: “Financial Fitness - Put Money Back in Your Pocket”

Speakers: Terri Haley, OFA; Jennifer White, NYSEG; Rosemary Mackie, Bishop Sheen

 

September 23, 2014   10:00 am - Victor

Victor Parks & Recreation, 1290 Blossom Drive

Wellness Forum: “Your Health and Your Finances: Advance Planning for Older Adults”

Speakers: Gavin Reynolds, LawNY; Katie Orem, Excellus

  

Or send us your comments in writing to:

Ontario County Office for the Aging
3010 County Complex Dr.
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Attn: Irene Coveny, Director

 See attached flyer and 2015 Annual Plan Abstract


The Ontario County Office for the Aging is a human-service agency located at 3010 County Complex Dr. in Canandaigua, New York. 

Nestled in the Finger Lakes region, the county houses approximately 110,000 residents. The Office for the Aging serves people 60 years of age and older and their caregivers. The mission of this office is to provide advocacy, information, assistance, assessment, and referral.
  

New York Connects
Many of our services and programs are directly provided and some are provided through various contracts. New York Connects, a “Single Point of Entry” for long-term care services, is housed at this agency.

A “Single Point of Entry” offers a “one-stop shop” for consumers attempting to navigate the many aspects of the long-term care system.

NY Connects 
New York Connects Link

Assistance
Calling one phone number, (585) 396-4040 or (315) 789-1321, will connect you with a representative who will assist you in maneuvering the long-term care system by giving assistance, direction, and support.

The long-term care system consists of nursing home, assisted living, and community-based home care.

Ontario County Office for the Aging Home Delivered Meal Program in Need of Volunteers

• Twenty Eight Hot Meal Routes
• Pickup and Delivery times fluctuate between 11 am and 1 pm (Clifton Springs Route 4 pm to 5 pm)
• Pick up sites dependent upon route
• Mileage reimbursement provided upon request
• Training provided including the AAA Driver Improvement Course
• Hot Meal available for volunteers
• Valid Driver’s License and current insurance required
• Volunteers deliver one day a week or as much or as little as desired
• Substitute Volunteers always needed
• Visit the Office for Aging Website at Office for the Aging for a registration form
• For more information contact Tarah Shedenhelm, Volunteer Coordinator, at 585-396-4046

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Mission Statement
The Staff at Ontario County Office for the Aging are committed to enriching the lives of residents 60 years of age and older and their caregivers. We do this by providing services that support independent living and promote dignity and a positive quality of life.


Contact Us
Irene A. Coveny 
Director 
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3010 County Complex Dr.
Canandaigua, NY 14424
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74 Ontario Street
Canandaigua, NY 14424
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Ph: (585) 396-4040
Ph: (315) 781-1321

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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