About Office of Aging and Adult Services
The Office of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS) was formed within the Department of Health as a health care reform initiative, bringing together all of the long-term care programs that serve senior citizens and people with adult-onset disabilities.
The Office of Aging and Adult Services aims to develop, provide and enhance services that offer meaningful choices for people in need of long-term care. The office is committed to developing a long-term care system that provides choice, ensures quality, meets the needs of consumers and caregivers, and does so in a fiscally responsible manner.
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- Long Term Care Reform and Systems Change Grants
- Protective Services
- Lifespan - Respite
- Traumatic Head & Spinal Cord Trust Fund Program
- Villa Feliciana Medical Complex