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Aging in Place DC

A Community Resource Directory for DC Seniors 

COMING SOON

Kingdom Care Senior Village (KCSV) supports the DC government's initiative to raise the awareness of the many challenges facing some of the city's most vulnerable residents, the Aging community. 

An abundance of resources are available within the Washington, DC area to provide Seniors with services such as assisted living, hot meals and grocery delivery, in-home healthcare management, home repair services, pharmacy prescription delivery services and more.

Review the information below and visit us frequently for updates!

 

 

Free Mobility Equipment for DC Residents

DC Shares, a durable medical equipment recylcing program, offers free mobility equipment for qualifying DC residents who are in need of equipment to assist with their daily mobility needs. The program both provides and accepts used mobility equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc. DC Shares is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Proof of DC residency is required at the time of pick up. Curbside pickup or drop off by appointment only.  Please contact DC Shares for more information to see if you qualify.

DC Shares - Phone: 202-332-2595

 

JOIN KCSV TODAY!

Click Here to Join our Village!

Experience a network of support and various member benefits. KCSV is where the village becomes your family!

 
Don't live in our area but inerested in joining a Village? Review the list below:
 
DC Senior Villages List 2021
 
 
 
 
Photo credits: BBH Singapore 

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Safe at Home

If you are a DC resident and are at least 60 years of age, you may be eligible to receive in-home safety devices and equipment such as a chair lift, grab bars, hand rails etc.

Read more>>

 

Photo Credits: Vladamir Soares

 

 

Schedule A FREE Lyft Ride Today!

DC senior residents can now receive a FREE ride from Lyft Rideshare to appointments or to tend to their personal needs. To request a ride, please complete this form 24-hours in advance of your ride date. 

Click here to complete a ride Request form >>

Request a ride for...

  • Flu shot
  • Personal Care
  • Medical Appointment
  • Health & Wellness programs
  • Food or prescription pick-up
  • COVID-19 testing & vaccine appointments

and more.

 

Prepared Meal Delivery Program through DC Department of Aging and Community Living

 
DACL delivers prepared meals to adults 60 years of age or older at their homes throughout the city. The spouses of homebound adults or disabled persons that reside with these homebound adults may also be eligible to receive these meals.

Read more >> 

 

Hearing Aid Reimbursement Program

The DC Department of Health has implemented the DC Hearing Aid Assistance Program (HAAP) to provide support to low income residents who require the use of hearing aids.  To qualify for this program, Senior adults must be 65 years or older, disabled, or have an annual gross household income less than $100,000 per year.  Contact the DC Department of Health for more information at 202-656-3027.

 

Need Tips on How to Make Your Home Safer?

The National Institute on Aging offers a guide for Seniors on how to make their homes safer as they age. Visit this link for a copy of Aging in Place: Tips on Making Home Safe and Accessible

View tips here >>

 

AAARP Legal Cousel for the Elderly

Main: (202) 434-2120
Legal Hotline: (202) 434-2170

 

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 Photo Credits: National Cancer Institute

Medicare

A publication that offers an easy-to-understand guide on the ins and outs of medicare. This free resource highlights coverage, costs, eligibility and enrollment information, along with answers to some frequently asked questions. Read more >>>

COVID-19

As the city pushes to vaccinate residents throughout the District, many are beginning to lower their guard, remove their masks and venture further away from home. While the country has seen great success with the vaccination efforts, it is important that we remain vigilant in each of our personal efforts to prevent the spread of the virus and to keep the aging community as safe and healthy as possible. 

KCSV would like to encourage you to continue to wear your mask, wash your hands often and maintain social distance.

Download Coronavirus Resource here.

Source: Government of the District of Columbia | DC Health Advisory | Retrieved from website

 

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