Aging Services Mission Statement:
Improving and enriching the quality of life and independence of older persons in Saline County.
Saline County Aging Services provides a variety of assistance to Saline County residents 60 years or older. Information and referrals are also available to caregivers or anyone who has concerns regarding the welfare of an older person.
Saline County Aging Services is known for helping older individuals maintain independent living and remain an active and vital part of their community. Beyond that we also strive to reach newly retiring individuals as well. We have a plethora of services and assistance available to a wide age range of 60+ individuals. Our services are offered to all 60+ residents regardless of income status and are not based on need.
Amy Hansen serves as Director of the department. Office staff is: Laura Mackeprang, Office Manager/Intake Specialist and Macey Moore, Community Outreach Coordinator. The Saline County Aging Services Staff are certified counselors through the Senior Health Insurance and Information Program (SHIIP). This is a division of the State Department of Insurance. We are able to assist beneficiaries with a variety of Medicare related questions and issues.
Speaking engagements are available to any business, civic, religious or other organization within Saline County. Sessions include the:
- Saline Aging County Services
- The ABC's of Medicare
- Medicare Part D
- Homestead Exemption
Please call (402) 821-3330 for information, including an updated list.
Saline County Aging Services is jointly sponsored by County, State, and Federal funds made available through the Saline County Board of Commissioners and Aging Partners. Contributions for services and donations also help to support the Program.
All activities and services of Saline County Aging Services are provided without regard to race, color, creed, national origin or disability.