City’s Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens releases 2022 Resources Guide –

City’s Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens releases 2022 Resources Guide –

Free directory of services and agencies for older adults (55+) and individuals with disabilities

Today Louisville Metro Office for Aging and Disabled Citizens released the 2022 Resources Guide that includes information and resources available for seniors, people with disabilities, families and caregivers in the Louisville/Jefferson County area. 

 The free resource directory is designed to assist adults over the age of 55 and persons with disabilities, as well as their caregivers, with handling physical, psychological, and financial challenges.  While the primary focus of this guide is at-risk seniors, it also covers topics such as employment and federal and state benefits. Additional sections include nutrition, transportation, safety, and many more.  

Featured content includes:

  • Care for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities
  • Counseling and Mental Health Services; and Health and Fitness
  • Crime and Safety
  • Educational Opportunities and Employment Services
  • Financial Matters
  • Food and Home Delivered Meals Information
  • Housing and Transportation
  • Recreational and Social Activities, and Volunteer Opportunities

For a free copy of the Office for Aging and Disabled Citizen’s (OADC) 2022 Resources Guide,  visit OADC online at  Residents and organizations can also directly download the guide by clicking here

“I am honored to serve as coordinator of the city’s OADC which provides resources, referrals and information to empower older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers to live a safe and successful life in our community,” said Alli Woosley, OADC’s coordinator.  “The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for this vulnerable population. Likewise, many service providers have had to suspend operations, and/or adjust their services to remote or virtual offerings. Our Resources Guide is full of up-to-date resources to help our aging and disabled population connect with the services they need to safely age in place.”

The OADC Resources Guide will be updated on a bi-annual basis.  To submit a new service, edit a current listing, or request assistance with a printed copy, contact Alli Woosley at [email protected] or 502.574.5092. </…….