There are a growing number of people who are faced with making life-changing decisions for themselves and elderly family members. The Aging and Disabilities Services Division provides and supports a broad range of services and programs for older adults and their families.
The purpose of the Aging and Disabilities Services Division is to support older adults so they can maintain the highest possible quality of life with independence and dignity, and to assist seniors and their family members with the many challenges of the aging process. The Aging and Disabilities Services Division acts as the first resource you can turn to for help. In Prince George’s County, the Aging and Disabilities Services Division is part of the Department of Family Services.
The Prince George’s Senior Provider Network (PGSPN) is a group of professionals who work together to help seniors in the community get the support and assistance they need. Their goal is to improve the care and quality of the lives of seniors by providing them with education and resources through the collaboration with community agencies and organizations. To view the Prince George’s senior resources guide, click here.
For the full directory of Prince George’s County community resources, click here.