The Broome County Office for Aging assists seniors and caregivers by providing the services and benefits that older adults need to live independently. We offer these services both in the community and in the homes of Broome County seniors.
Our agency is a focal point for information. We help caregivers and older adults get the services they need, whether they are looking for information on healthy living or need care in their homes.
A listing of links to descriptions of our services is located on the left hand side of this page. To learn more, simply click on any one of them. Or you can download our Programs and Services for Seniors brochure, which provides a brief description of our services and a listing of senior community centers. The more detailed Office for Aging Services for Seniors Guidebook is also available. Our office also includes NY Connects.
The mission of the Broome County Office for Aging is to improve and enrich the quality of life for all older persons in Broome County.
The Office for Aging:
We are one of 59 Area Agencies on Aging in New York State and part of the national aging network. As an area agency on aging, the Office for Aging is a focal point for information, advocacy and coordination of eldercare services. We provide services directly and through contracts with 21 other organizations.
Besides providing services, the Office for Aging engages in community planning efforts both on our own and through memberships at several committees. We are always interested in public comments on the need that seniors and caregivers have for services and information in Broome County. You can email comments on needs or remarks on services you are currently using to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on other services available in our community visit the online Elder Services Guide.
Funding for Broome County Office for Aging programs is provided by, Broome County government, the US Administration on Aging, the New York State Office for Aging, and the Corporation for National & Community Service. Funding is received from the Federal government under Title III of the Older Americans Act, the New York State Office for Aging, local municipalities, and private grants. Most services are offered for a contribution or at no charge.
The Broome County Office for Aging does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, national origin or sponsor, sexual orientation, or subject any persons to any discrimination in his civil rights.
Broome County Office for Aging now accepts online contributions and donations. These can be made with a major credit, debit, or prepaid debit card.
Contributions and donations can go towards: