The EAST CENTRAL KANSAS AREA AGENCY ON AGING (ECKAAA) will hold an Open Hearing for the counties of Anderson, Coffey, Franklin, Linn, Miami and Osage on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:45am at the Garnett Senior Center located at 128 W 5th Ave, Garnett, KS 66032. In-home, legal, nutrition and health promotion programs for Fiscal Year 18 will be reviewed and programs for Fiscal Year 19 will be discussed. This is an opportunity for the public to hear about the services that the ECKAAA provides. To reserve a meal at the site for that date you may call the nutrition site at 785-448-6996. If anyone needs more information, they may contact Leslea Rockers at 1-800-633-5621.
East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging is dedicated to coordinate and provide varied programs and services to older persons and caregivers in order to improve the quality of life and celebrate their independence, health and dignity of all older Kansans. Our best services are those that empower people to discover their own strengths, their own talents, and their own solutions. The area agency on aging has the responsibility to advocate for services that respond to the needs of the most frail, vulnerable elderly. When funding falls short, volunteers fill in the gap to meet necessary needs. Guided by the leadership and commitment of the agency's Advisory Council and Policy Board, East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging will continue to provide support and find solutions for older Kansans and their families in need.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
The East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging will serve as the single, highly accessible, point of entry for people of all ages, abilities, and income levels and their caregivers living in Anderson, Coffey, Franklin, Linn, Miami, and Osage counties that are seeking help in maintaining their health, independence, and dignity. In pursuit of healthy lifestyles and dignified self-sufficiency, the East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging will empower Kansans to make informed choices about their services and supports and help to coordinate and provide varied programs and services paid by federal, state, and local dollars, as well as, client contributions and co-pays, and other grant/contract sources.