For more than 35 years, Living At Home Network programs have led the way in building communities that help older adults live safely in their homes and communities. Our member programs mobilize volunteers and other resources to help older adults stay living at home. Services include volunteer visits, transportation, health promotion, caregiver respite, light housekeeping, exercise classes, access to classes in technology, and individual care planning for each person served. The Living at Home Network provides connections and support to the 33 member programs.
The Network supports all 33 members, providing resources and bringing their voices and impact to regional and state initiatives, such as the Minnesota Leadership Coalition on Aging, that are focused on ensuring access to care and services for every older adult in the State of Minnesota. We identify collaborations that enhance and complement the services delivered by the staff and hundreds of volunteers across Minnesota.
Most services and activities offered by the programs are free to the older adults and caregivers.
A gift to the Network supports member programs and strengthens our ability to advocate and serve alongside older adults who are vital to thriving communities.