For Older Adults & Caregivers

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H.O.P.E. Program Overview

H.O.P.E. by AgeOptions is a Nursing Home Transition program. We assist individuals, 18 years and older, who have been living in a nursing home in Cook County for 60 days or more, and who are eligible for and/or on Medicaid, to transition back to t…


Trualta is an interactive eLearning platform to help manage care for aging adults at home.

Meal Programs

Food plays a very important role in our lives. What we eat significantly affects our health, quality of life and longevity. Good nutrition is essential in maintaining cognitive and physical functioning. For older adults, proper and balanced nutrit…

Social Isolation Programs

Social engagement is important for our physical and mental health. AgeOptions can help you connect with your community.

TCARE (Tailored Caregiver Assessment and Referral)

TCARE is a caregiver assessment tool that identifies the stressors of individual caregivers and provides personalized tools and resources to support the caregiving journey.

Library Program

Public libraries in suburban Cook County offer targeted programming to older adults in their communities, providing socialization and bridging the digital divide.


Uniper is a virtual senior center brought into your home via your TV, and AgeOptions is offering this to you at no cost.

Services for Limited English Speaking Elders

Targeting To Culturally and Linguistically Isolated Older Persons and Senior Opportunities and Services

Benefits Enrollment Center

AgeOptions’ Benefit Enrollment center and our network of community-based partners help low-income seniors and people with disabilities find and enroll in all the benefits programs for which they are eligible.

Adult Protective Services

The Illinois Department on Aging’s Adult Protective Services Program is responsible for investigating suspected cases of abuse, neglect, financial exploitation and self-neglect experienced by older adults 60 years of age or older and adults 18-59 …

Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

The Long-term Care Ombudsman program represents and advocates for the rights of long-term care facility residents age 60 and older and protects and promotes their quality of life.

Memory Cafés

Memory Cafes are stigma-free social settings where people living with dementia and their care partners can meet others and enjoy time together!

Flu & COVID-19 Vaccines and Resources

How to keep yourself and others around you healthy and safe.

Emergency Preparedness

The AgeOptions Emergency Preparedness web page has checklists, a situation summary and sources and materials to keep older adults and caregivers, as well as our partners and funded agencies, informed about alerts, public health recommendations and…

Suburban Cook County Fatality Review Team

The Suburban Cook Adult Fatality Review Team examines deaths associated with suspected abuse and or neglect of persons aged 18-59 with a disability and older adults 60+ years old residing in a domestic setting.

Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

The ADRC offers information to help older adults, caregivers and people with disabilities make decisions about care.

Find Services in Your Neighborhood

Utilize these directories to find services near your home.

Illinois Pathways to Health

The Illinois Pathways to Health is an initiative by AgeOptions to help all Illinoisans to better manage their chronic conditions and reduce their risk of falls. Improve your health and well-being with interactive workshops.

Thrive with Pride

We want to provide welcoming and inclusive services to all, regardless of sexual orientation, relationship status, and gender identity.

Take Charge of Your Health

Improve your health and well-being with interactive workshops for anyone with a chronic condition such as COPD, heart disease, diabetes, chronic pain, or cancer. Caregivers, family and friends welcome to join as we learn skills to improve sleep, f…

H.O.P.E. by AgeOptions

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Caring Together, Living Better (CTLB)

West suburban faith and community based organizations provide services to support low-income African-American and Latinx caregivers.


A free web-based service of the National Council on Aging.