Resources for Northern Kentucky


We have an extensive community resources database to help simplify your choice of an Assisted Living or Senior Retirement Community.


Legal Aid of the Bluegrass

(859) 431-8200

Provides information, education and training, advocacy, research, and public policy for persons working in the field of aging and seniors to improve quality of life for older adults
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Department for Aging and Independent Living

(502) 564-6930

The mission of the Department for Aging and Independent Living is to promote the welfare, dignity and independence of older adults, individuals with physical disabilities and adults in need of a guardian.
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Northern Kentucky Area Development District – National Family Caregiver Support

(502) 564-6930

The mission of the Department for Aging and Independent Living is to promote the welfare, dignity and independence of older adults, individuals with physical disabilities and adults in need of a guardian.
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Northern Kentucky Area Development District – Council on Aging

(502) 564-6930

The Council on Aging is an advisory council that has been established under provisions of the federal Older Americans Act, as amended, and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Aging and Independent Living. The Council on Aging serves as an advisory body to the NKADD’s Board of Directors in most matters relating to the Northern Kentucky Area Development District / Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living. The Northern Kentucky Area Development District/Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living was one of the first (in 1973) of the fifteen Area Agencies on Aging to be created in Kentucky. It serves the elderly in Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen, and Pendleton counties. The Council on Aging is composed of volunteer members representing the interest of older adults in the eight-county NKADD region.
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Northern Kentucky Area Development District – Adult Daycare – Alzheimer’s Respite

(859) 283-1885

Adult Daycare and Alzheimer’s respite programs provide social and related support services for older persons and those with Alzheimer’s disease. Programs are designed to ease some difficulties of daily living while helping elder Kentuckians to remain in the mainstream of community life.
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Northern Kentucky Area Development District – Family Caregiver Program

(859) 283-1885

Grandparent caregivers who meet the eligibility criteria may receive financial assistance or supportive services including information about available services such as support groups and counseling; assistance in gaining access to services; and financial assistance that may be used to purchase clothing, respite, educational supplies, and other expenses that are authorized by program staff.
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Northern Kentucky Area Development District – National Family Caregiver Support

(859) 283-1885

A program designed to supplement and support family caregivers in Northern Kentucky. The National Family Caregiver Support Program is funded by the Older American’s Act (Title III-E) funds. There is no fee for services offered through the program.
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Family Caregiver Alliance

Our Services by State tool helps family caregivers locate public, nonprofit, and private programs and services nearest their loved one—whether they are living at home or in a residential facility. Resources include government health and disability programs, legal resources, disease-specific organizations and more. Caregiving is challenging, but there are resources to help. Click on a state below for state-specific resources, or scroll to view national resources and organizations.
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Alzheimer’s Association

(800) 272-3900

The Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association provides service and education to 125 counties across greater Kentucky and southern Indiana. Over 5 million Americans are living with the disease and more than 90,000 of them reside in our service territory. Services provided include education programs for persons with dementia, caregivers, professionals and the general community as well as support groups and a 24/7 Helpline. Further, the Chapter advocates at the state and national level of government for research and support services on behalf of the people of Kentucky who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease.
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Crescent Insurance

(859) 283-5433

We are committed to providing you with the information you need to make the right decision in protecting your family and business. Locally owned and serving the Tri-State since 2008. We specialize in Medicare Options, Individual Health, Dental and Vision Coverage and Life Insurance.
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reSettledLife

(859) 663-1713

We understand that no two situations are alike, which means that we’re here to create a custom package designed specifically for you. Start with a free at-home consultation with our team and let us handle all of the details, so that you can focus on where life is going to take you next.
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Long Term Care Ombudsman

(859) 283-8185

The Long Term Care Ombudsman acts as an advocate for residents of nursing homes, personal care, and family care homes. Ombudsmen work to resolve problems and issues of individual residents by working directly with them and their family members. Since 1978, the Kentucky Long-Term Care Ombudsman program has served residents of long-term care facilities in all 120 Kentucky counties. Services of the State Long Term Care Ombudsman program are coordinated through the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency. The program also has oversight for 15 district programs affiliated with Area Agencies on Aging and Independent Living. The program receives federal, state, and local funding and does not charge for services.
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