The Caddo Nation Administration on Aging promotes the well-being of individuals aged 55 and older by providing services and programs designed to help them live independently in their homes and communities.
Multidisciplinary program providing wellness, social services, behavioral health services, case management, and providers in geriatric-specific care to assist elders to achieve a higher quality of life or maintain an optimal level functioning and wellness.
Monday through Thursday lunch is served from 11AM to 1PM Friday breakfast is served from 10AM to 11AM
Elders are welcome to join daily planned activites.
Lunch deliveries are made to elders, within the AoA service area, who are unable to leave their homes without great difficulty.
Eligibility Requirements for the AOA Title VI-A Program will include American Indian elders 55 years of age of older who reside within the service area of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma. Eligibility will also extend to:
Any individual who receives a meal or does not meet the program eligibility requirements will be considered a guest. All program guests will be required to pay for the total cost of the meal, which is determined from the calulated meal cost. The price of the guest meal is re-evaluated and changed as appropriate at least yearly. The guest meal count will be kept separate from the eligible meal count for reporting purposes.
The senior citizens hold fundraisers throughout the year to help cover expenses that are not funded by the AOA grant, such as travel to events like the Caddo Conference. Everyone is welcomed to attend the fundraising events and donations of prizes are always appreciated.
Open Daily 10AM to 3PM
Open daily from 10AM to 3PM
Health and Fitness Area / Activites Room is available daily from 10AM to 3PM
For those in need, we have a limited supply lending closet that includes some canned foods and elder adult personal needs items. Our caregiver program has a limited supply of wheelchairs, walkers and crutches available for elder use.
From visits to see Christmas lights in Chickasha, to Medicine Park and visiting the First Americans Museum, our elder outings are a wonderful way to stay active and enjoy fellowship with community.
Some of our monthly activities include learning to make Caddo moccasins, sewing and arts and crafts. Children from the Hasinai Center also join our elders on occasion to do activities
AARP Oklahoma Indian Elder Navigator Website
AARP has a new, single point of entry webpage that is designed to be a place where Oklahoma Indian elders can easily find resources available on things such as food programs, housing and health at www.aarp.org/indiannavigator.
Learn about how you can use this webpage to promote the resources and programs of your tribe, plus discuss plans for the 2016 AARP Indian Elder Honors. Please RSVP by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (866) 295-7277.
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