Enriching Lives, Supporting Independence
Hancock County Agency on Aging
The Hancock County Agency on Aging offers programs and services to support adults who are 50 and older by enriching their lives and supporting their independence.
Jul 18 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Join us for a breakfast buffet. We will have an entree, breakfast meats, fresh fruit, juice, coffee & more for $4.00.
Aug 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This is a free evening of spiritual music. Hymn books will be provided. All denominations welcome.
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If my arms were long enough, I would hug all of you for helping people older and sick like me…you are GREAT!
I can not find the words to say how grateful I am for the services that have been done for me, giving me peace of mind just knowing they are there if I need them. Everyone has so much care in helping you it makes you have a better outlook. Thank you, thank you.
Peg makes the water exercise fun and it feels good. My shoulder has improved because of water exercises. I feel better after the (water exercise) class. I have less arthritis pain.
My mother is 91 and blind, can’t see to do this work herself and was very happy to have this work done. Thanks.
The (Mobile Meals) food is great! I love the (Mobile Meals) food and like being able to heat the container in the microwave. Thanks so much for the lawn mowing service. You don’t know how this helps me.
It (chore services) was very much appreciated, as all that you and the staff has helped my father, and now me! You all have be a Godsend.
The Mission of the Volunteer Guardianship Program is to enhance the quality of life of adults living in Hancock County who have been deemed by the Probate Court to be incompetent, by providing qualified legal guardians to serve as concerned, caring advocates and as surrogate decision-makers.