Adult Services

 

   

 Contact:
 Maryland Access Point of  
 Worcester County 
 Charles & Martha Fulton    
 Senior Center 

 Website: MAP 
 

 Phone: 410-632-9915 
 
 Hours: 8am – 4:30pm

altIf you are an older adult in Worcester County seeking help due to medical needs or are needing assistance with your activities of daily living (such as bathing, obtaining meals, taking medications correctly, etc.) staff are available to discuss options for you.  In addition, if you are caring for someone who is an aging adult or adult child with a disability and are looking for resources to assist you in caring for them at home, we may be able to assist you. 


Website: 

https://www.marylandaccesspoint.info/

 

Adult Evaluation and Review  Services (AERS)


AERS
 is a program designed to assist persons who are "At risk" of institutionalization. A comprehensive multi disciplinary assessment is completed and referrals are made to available community resources which would allow them to remain in the community and achieve the highest possible level of independence and health.


Where is this service provided? 

  •     Evaluations completed in your home

Who can get this service?

  •     Persons desiring information on services available for them or their loved ones to prevent long term care       placement.

How much does this service cost?

  •     These services are free.

Hospital Outreach Initiative Service  ( HOI) 

 

Through this program, a nurse identifies county residents who are admitted to the local hospital or long term care facility and may be at risk for long term institutionalization. For eligible individuals, a comprehensive evaluation of needs is performed to identify home and community-based programs available. Recommendations of community services are provided to assist individuals in their efforts to return to their own home or community.

Where is this service provided?

  •    In the local hospital and long term care facilities

Who can get this service?

  •  Persons eligible for these services are identified at the local hospital or long term care facility 

How much does this service cost?

  • These services are free.

Community Services for Older Adults and People with Disabilities 

 

The programs provide assistance with activities of daily living to Medicaid recipients who have a chronic illness, medical condition or disability. Services are provided in the eligible individual's home or community residence. The two main programs are Community First Choice (CFC) and Community Personal Assistance Services (CPAS). There is also the Home and Community Based Waiver Program for individuals who qualify/ there is a wait list registry for this state program. ( services in this program are in an individual's home and/or an Assisted Living facility). 

 Home and Community Based Services Website

Where is this service provided?

  •  At your home

Who can get this service?

  •  These services are available to persons who have Maryland Medical Assistance, are under a physicians care and are identified as requiring personal care assistance

How much does this service cost?

  • These services are free.

 


 Community Based Chronic Disease Care Coordination Program ( CBCDCC)

This program helps individuals with Diabetes, Congestive Heart Failure and/or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease improve their health and reduce use of Emergency Room ( ER) visits for primary care needs. 

 

Where is this service?

  • At your home 

Who can get this service?

  • These services are for individuals at high risk or history of overutilization of ER. 

How much does this service cost?

  • These services are free. 



These services are provided by the Nursing Programtogether with Maryland Access Point -  Adult  Evaluation and Review  Services (AERS)