The Area Agency on Aging, Region One, is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, established in 1974, that advocates, develops and delivers essential services throughout Maricopa County to enhance the quality of life for adults ages 60 and older, persons 50 and older with special needs, adults of all ages diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, family caregivers, and individuals 18 and older with disabilities. The Area Agency plans, coordinates, and administers more than 60 programs and services that help more than 85,000 individuals each year.
The Agency’s programs include the 24-hour/day Senior Help Line (602-264-HELP), the Benefits Assistance Program for Medicare-related questions and support, the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program for family support for nursing home and assisted living residents, The Senior Adult Independent Living Program for in-home assistance, the Family Caregiver Support Program for respite services, the ElderVention behavioral health program, HIV Care Directions for HIV case-management, and many others. All programs at the Agency can be accessed by calling the 24-hour Senior Help Line at 602-264-4357. http://www.aaaphx.org/ Duet helps older adults and their families cope with challenges related to aging. From getting groceries and rides to the doctor, to health promotion activities and support groups, you can trust us to provide the compassionate help you need. To ask for help, volunteer please contact us at 602 274 5022 or visit our website at http://duetaz.org/
The Greater Phoenix Age-Friendly Network is a partnership hosted by a multidisciplinary team and the Maricopa Association of Governments, a regional planning agency serving the Greater Phoenix area. We are committed to ensuring every person can live a fulfilled life at any age, connected to family, friends, and community. To learn more information about the choices, resources and connections that can help you remain living in your home, to give back to your community, and to be meaningfully connected with others, visit
The Greater Phoenix Age-Friendly Network is made possible thanks to the support of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, Grantmakers in Aging and the Pfizer Foundation. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at ASU: http://lifelonglearning.asu.edu The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at ASU provides university-quality learning experiences for adults ages 50 and over through diverse short courses and lectures, campus-based learning opportunities, and civic engagement initiatives. We offer opportunities to connect to ASU at five Valley locations including the Downtown Phoenix campus. We are a community of engaged learners discovering the joy of lifelong learning at its best! http://lifelonglearning.asu.edu Partnership for Community Development: ASU’s Partnership for Community Development is dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of all ages in the communities in which we live and work by empowering community members to actively develop processes within their own communities to counter social challenges, and ultimately, increase their quality of life. http://scrd.asu.edu/pcd