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Manatee County manages many programs to assist elderly residents. The programs enable seniors ages 60 and older to remain in their homes, the home of their caregiver, or an assisted living facility.

Some programs require a co-pay based on a sliding fee scale. For more information, call (941) 749-3030 or call the Manatee County Elder Helpline, (941) 742-5818.

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Helpline

The Elder Helpline is an information and referral line for anyone seeking information or services relating to Manatee County senior citizens. 941-742-5818

Electronic monitoring

An electronic surveillance service that monitors homebound seniors by linking them to a communication response center, which responds to emergencies.

Meals

Furnished hot, nutritious noon-time meal delivered to the elderly person's home.

Home care

Supplies a stipend to elderly persons requiring 24-hour care.

Home energy assistance help

The EHEAP program assists households with at least one person aged 60 and over with payment of electric final notices, deposits, and past-due notices. Eligibility is based on household size and gross income. Applications are by appointment only.

For further information, please call (941) 749-3030
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