• 215 W. Breckinridge Street
  • 502.587.8673
  • info@elderserveinc.org
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Need help?

At ElderServe, we understand that aging and caring for older family members can be challenging or even overwhelming. Our compassionate care managers can help you meet those challenges, identifying resources at ElderServe or in the community that can support you. Common questions include how to give power of attorney, where to find affordable housing, how to find help with medication and utility costs – and much more. Visit Care Management to learn more or call 502.587.8763 and ask to speak with a care manager.

You can find additional help — including hotline numbers — on our Helpful Resources page.

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Want to help?


Whether you seek to volunteer as an individual or a group, we have opportunities to fit your interests and time commitment.

Cash and stock donations are especially welcome. But there are other ways to help. Check out our wishlist and our fund raisers.


Since 1962, ElderServe has been supporting adults 60 and older in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Our programs have four main objectives.

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Overcoming social isolation

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Promoting wellness



Strength training fights muscle loss

Almost every day brings a news report or new study on the benefits of exercise, whether for staying healthy or managing a health condition. Last week, a column in The New York Times addressed sarcopenia, the loss of muscle in people as they age. One geriatrician is quoted as saying this condition is an important

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

When parents are unable to care for their children, grandparents often step in. Today, the US Census estimates 2.7 million grandparents are raising their grandchildren. Raising grandchildren gives kids a sense of security, develops a deeper relationship, and keeps the family together. However, it is challenging, too. Resources are available, and we’ve listed a few

Help available for older job seekers

As we head into Labor Day, a holiday created to honor the social and economic achievements of American workers, we thought it would be useful to corral job training resources for older adults. After all,  Americans 55 and older make up a fifth of the total labor force today, compared with 10 years ago, according