PSA 2 Area Agency on Aging programs are funded by the Older Americans Act of 1965 through the Administration of Community Living at the federal level and administered by the California Department of Aging. PSA 2 AAA's primary goal is to advocate for and offer services to the older and disabled adult population in the five county regions. The purpose of the services provided is to help keep this population in their homes with the utmost dignity, respect and independence.
Services are provided under the guidelines of Title IIIB of the Older Americans Act and include personal care, adult day care, adult day health, case management, assisted transportation, legal assistance, information and assistance, outreach, and long-term care ombudsman. Older Americans Act services focus on the delivery of services to older adults aged 60 and older, as well as adults with disabilities, with priority service to such targeted populations as individuals aged 75 and over, vulnerable, frail, low-income, minority, and isolated. Efforts are also made to advocate for the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender (LGBT) older adult communities which face unique challenges in the aging services network.
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