Who is eligible for Options services?
  • 60 years of age or over
  • Reside in Lancaster County in a non-institutional setting
  • Have a physical, mental or emotional disability that requires assistance in order to remain living independently in their home
  • Lack adequate informal support from family or others
  • Verify financial information such as income and assets in order to determine cost-sharing

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1. What is the OPTIONS Program?
2. Can I get financial help from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PDA) to care for my loved one at home?
3. Who is eligible for Options services?
4. Do I have to pay for OPTIONS services?
5. Why do I have to go through that long home visit and interview when all I need is a little help with my bath?
6. I'd rather be taken care of at home; do I have to go to a nursing home?
7. What if I disagree with decisions for my care made by the caseworkers?
8. Can the Office of Aging supply me with incontinence pads?