The Union County Board of County Commissioners would like to invite seniors and their caregivers for the upcoming ASK community events in October. At these events, attendees can meet face-to-face with skilled professionals who offer expert guidance on senior programs and resources, as well as assistance with form completion. Additionally, bilingual staff will be on hand at all events to provide support in Spanish.
“Our Division on Aging remains committed in its dedication to ensuring access to a diverse range of resources designed to improve the quality of life for our senior residents in Union County,” said Commissioner Chairman Sergio Granados. “With the support of our knowledgeable staff, obtaining vital information has never been more accessible for our seniors and their caregivers.”
ASK, short for Aging Services Kiosk, is a program within the Union County Department of Human Services, specifically operated by the Division on Aging and Disability Resources. It offers seniors aged 60 and older, along with their caregivers, a friendly and convenient avenue for Union County residents to discover valuable programs and services. This program brings Division on Aging professionals to local public libraries and community centers.
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 upcoming ASK events in October all include bilingual assistance in Spanish: