Long-Term Care Resource Center
In 2006, Action for Older Persons (AOP) opened Broome County’s official Long-Term Care Resource Center, a community education and resource center for individuals of all ages who are interested in planning for a successful and comfortable life as they age. The center features a resource library of printed and visual materials on a variety of long-term care topics and payment options. The center also offers informative seminars, as well as free, unbiased, and confidential counseling to help you put a plan in place to pay for long- term care that may include long-term care insurance. With no sales pitch, the Long-Term Care Resource Center assists you with:
- Preserving Assets
- Maintaining Independence
- Improving Quality of Life
- Easing Burden on Loved Ones
- Understanding Choices and Care Options
This program is supported with funding by the New York State Office for Aging and the Long-Term Care Insurance Education & Outreach Program. New York State does not endorse or recommend any specific insurance product or insurer; this program is solely intended to educate consumers about their choices.
Call us at 722-1251 for more information about the resource center, upcoming seminars, or to schedule a free counseling appointment.
The ABC's of Long-Term Care
"The ABCs of Long-Term Care" - Offers a closer look at two important topics in long-term care: the various levels of care, and how to pay for care.
Click on the video windows below to play each part of the video.
My Little Book: A Health Diary
Action for Older Persons has partnered with NY Connects (Broome County CASA) to bring you a brand new resource to help you take control of your healthcare: My Little Book. To learn more about what My Little Book can do for you, please watch this informational video:
If you are a professional and would like to learn how you and your patients can benefit from the book watch the professional video below:
For a list of upcoming seminars and classes, click here.