Union County’s “ASK” program will visit two locations in August.
Union County seniors and their caregivers can come to Union County’s Aging Services Kiosk events and meet in person with professional staff for expert guidance on senior programs and resources, including help with filling out applications and forms.
“The ASK program brings our professional staff out to local neighborhoods, to help ensure that we reach everyone in search of assistance. It’s a friendly, convenient way to find out about helpful programs and services,” said Union County Commissioner Chair Rebecca L. Williams.
ASK is a program of the Union County Department of Human Services through the Division on Aging and Disability Resources, serving seniors age 60-plus and their caregivers.
Staff at the ASK events can help seniors and care givers connect with a variety of services including home delivered meals, respite care, home care, adult day care and support services for caregivers.
Any Union County senior or care giver can visit any ASK event, regardless of their hometown.
No appointment or pre-registration is needed.
The August dates and locations will be:
Thursday, August 4
Union Public Library
1060 Stuyvesant Avenue
10:00 – 12:00
Monday, August 8
Clark Public Library
303 Westfield Avenue
10:00 – 12:00
To check for other upcoming ASK events call the Division on Aging and Disability Resource Connection 1-888-280-8226 toll free or visit the Division online at ucnj.org/dhs/aging.
ASK updates are also posted on Union County’s social media channels and are frequently carried by local media, both print and digital.
The goal of the Division on Aging and Disability Resource Connection is to promote wellness, independence, dignity and choice for seniors and their families, in accordance with a statewide initiative adopted by Union County in 2012. It is one of 622 “Area Agencies on Aging” nationwide established under the federal Older Americans Act.
For more information and updates on all Union County services during the COVID-19 outbreak, including free vaccination, free testing, emergency food distribution and other support services, visit ucnj.org/covid19. General information about COVID-19 is available through the New Jersey Department of Health at nj.gov/health.
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