Services Offered by Island Senior Resources
Island Senior Resources provides essential resources to seniors and adults with disabilities, their families, and caregivers. Our staff is available to meet with you by phone, in person in our offices, or in your home if needed. Below is a brief overview of our services. Click on the name of the program for more details.
We provide objective information about aging and disability related programs and services. Our goal is to support the independence, dignity and health of older adults.
We provide support, education and resources for unpaid caregivers.
TSOA is a program that helps to provide in-home care and support to individuals who are not currently eligible for Medicaid Long Term Care programs.
We serve community meals at seven locations throughout Whidbey and Camano Islands. The Nutrition Program provides:
- Meals on Wheels (MOW) – delivers hot and frozen meals to homebound senior
- Liquid Nutrition (liquid nutritional products, i.e., Ensure)
- A Registered Dietitian for nutritional counseling and assistance.
Provides social interaction and activities for people challenged by poor health, physical disabilities, memory loss or confusion. Provides respite, workshops and support for caregivers. Programs available on South Whidbey Island and in Oak Harbor.
Coordinates a corps of volunteers providing assistance to older adults and people with disabilities to help them remain independent in their own homes by providing essential transportation and other forms of support.
Island Senior Resources owns and operates CamBey Apartments; a HUD subsidized 50-unit apartment community for seniors and disabled adults of independent living. If your need is for homecare, assisted living or long-term care, our Information and Assistance Specialists can advise you.
Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors program provides counseling to county citizens 18 years and older needing health care/insurance related information, including providing assistance with Medicare Part D-Prescription Medication Benefits.
Personal Care Services
We offer regular foot clinics and blood pressure screenings. We also keep a Job Bank, which lists names of people with a wide variety of useful skills that can help you do almost anything. Just ask for what you need!
Another way we advocate for seniors is by offering exposure to professionals that can supply much-needed information. Those services include a notary, Social Security information, legal information, Medicaid assistance, and income tax help.