• 215 W. Breckinridge Street
  • 502.587.8673
  • info@elderserveinc.org
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SUPPORT

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?

Volunteer

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.

PROGRAMS

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

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Prime Times – ElderServe’s Fall 2018 Newsletter

Meet the line dancers from our senior center. Hear from our CEO, Julie, on what's on the horizon for ElderServe. Learn about new volunteer opportunities and events happening soon! Download our Fall 2018 newsletter here.

Elf to an Elder 2018 – What you need to know

Elf to an Elder is Just Around the Corner! The holiday season is a time to enjoy the company of friends and family. Unfortunately, many of the 2,000 older adults that receive services from our caring staff are isolated and spend the holidays alone. Providing gifts will let them know they are not forgotten! It’s

Halloween Safety Tips for Older Adults

Halloween can often be a frightening time for older adults, not because of the spooky costumes, instead the constant knocking and ringing by masked visitors could be unsettling regardless of their intent. According to 2016 data from Travelers Insurance, crime-related insurance claims spiked by 24% on Halloween, more than on any other day of the