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LiveOakMed In The Community

We study and experience first hand the growing needs of our country's older adults, their caregivers and those with a disability. The current support organizations need additional assistance to provide essential services to these groups.  These non-profit organizations help empower those who need help the most.  We are proud to work with and support several national and local nonprofit organizations who are dedicated to this mission. We hope that you may also be motivated to support these or similar non-profit organizations in your local community. 

Council on Aging of Buncombe County

 Located in our region, the Council on Aging of Buncombe County provides many different services to Buncombe county's older adults. The Council coordinates free lunches at four different dining sites, volunteer transportation for appointments and errands, homebound food delivery, caregiver support, and comprehensive resource coordination. 

 

Independence First

Milwaukee's leading independent living center (CIL) provides over 20 different programs and services for those with disabilities and accessibility needs. Independence First also acts as a community resource for those with questions about their disability issues and the available services. They are an experienced and essential part of their region. 

 

National Council On Aging

The NCOA is the leading advocacy organization and nonprofit service representing older adults and the local community organizations that serve them. The NCOA offers specialized support to older adults, caregivers, advocates, and professionals. With initiatives to improve older adult's economic security, healthy aging, and improving public policy. 

 

Easterseals

Easterseals provides supportive services and offers opportunities to all those with disabilities. They assist those across all ages and the county. Easterseals currently supports 1.5 million people with disabilities and their families. Helping them to live, work, learn and play.