One by One Ministries
Mentoring and Educating New Moms to Parent Well
You First Community Foundation
Feminine Hygiene Supplies and Education
Restart Reentry Program
YWCA Domestic Violence
Phone: (901) 323-2211
The Aging Commission of the Mid- South
We offer programs that make a difference in the lives of all older adults and adults living with disabilities. From the older person who can remain at home if they receive the right services to those who are healthy and can benefit from the activities and socialization provided by our community-based programs, such as senior centers, we´re here to help.
Caregiver Information educates agencies, consumers, and caregivers about their roles and provides needed resources to them. It is important for caregivers to understand conditions, such as dementia, and to identify services to assist with specific needs.
Adult Day Care
Adult Day Care is community-based group programs of care lasting more than three (3) hours per day, but less than twenty-four hours per day. The service is provided according to an individualized plan of care by a licensed provider.
Adult Care/Sitter Adult
Care (Sitter Service) provides a period of relief for the caregiver away from their care giving responsibilities. It affords caregivers the opportunity to tend to personal matters or just have the opportunity to rest.
Personal Emergency Response (PERS)
PERS is an electronic device which enables individuals to secure help in an emergency. The individual may also wear a portable “help” button to allow for mobility. The system is connected to the person’s phone and programmed to signal a response center once a “help” button is activated.
Pest Control is offered to eliminate bugs, rodents, and other pests in the consumer’s home. It is important to maintain a safe and healthy home environment.
Support Groups are designed to provide caregivers an opportunity to share their experiences with other caregivers and provide support to each other. In Support Groups, caregivers can discuss issues including problem solving, coping strategies, and other issues that may be of concern to them.
Home Delivered Meals
Nutritionally well-balanced meals are delivered to the consumer’s home. Special diets can be provided when ordered by the consumer’s physician.
Services consisting of general household activities and chores and errands essential to the consumer’s care are provided by a trained homemaker when the consumer is unable to perform such activities.
Nutrition Education promotes better nutrition, physical fitness, or health (as it relates to nutrition) by providing information and instruction to participants and caregivers in individually and in groups.
The goal of Nutritional Counseling is to help individuals identify and adopt changes in their diet to improve their health and to positively impact a disease or condition, i.e. diabetes.
Personal Care Services (PCS)
These services assist the consumer with activities of daily living and other essential activities that enable the consumer to remain in the home, as an alternative to nursing facility care, including the following: Assistance with activities of daily living (e.g., bathing, personal hygiene, toileting, feeding, dressing). Assistance with maintaining a safe environment.
Aging Commission of the Mid-South | Shelby County, TN – Official Website (shelbycountytn.gov)