Senior Resource Association’s Programs
The following is an overview of the programs and services the Senior Resource Association has available to seniors throughout Indian River County. For additional information please call one of our offices located at Vero Beach: 694 14th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960, (772) 569-0760
Adult Day Care: (772) 569-0760
Senior Resource Association offers daytime activities, socialization, and respite for caregivers. Services are available for adults 18+ who have physical and/or cognitive limitations, or who need professionally supervised care. SRA is a licensed Health Care Facility that includes specialization in Alzheimer’s and dementia. Programs and activities are offered at two locations, both in Vero and Sebastian, so you can rest or work peacefully knowing your loved one is well cared for. Open Monday-Friday 7:30am – 5:30pm we help caregivers keep loved ones at home for as long as safely possible. For more information or to schedule a tour of our facilities please call for an appointment.
In-Home Services: (772) 569-0760
Our experienced Case Management team assist older adults and often their caregivers in determining what services may be needed to improve the quality of life at home. In-Home Services available include: companionship, assistance with grooming, meal preparation, light house-keeping, medication management, and more. For more information regarding this program please call and speak with one of our Case Managers.
Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program: (772) 569-0760
Senior Resource Association administers EHEAP, a program designed for Indian River County adults aged 60 and older who are experiencing an energy-related crisis. Eligible recipients may receive up to $600 in energy assistance if you meet the program requirements. Benefits are available to individuals twice annually, during summer and winter. Subject to funding availability.
Information and Referral: (772) 569-0760
For people who need to know where to start, Senior Resource Association can provide information on available resources, including “A Guide to Senior Services”. Family from out of state can call for information available for their loved one who resides in Indian River County and SRA will help determine what specific services are needed, eligibility for programs, and available resources within the County.
- Meals on Wheels: Volunteers deliver a hot noontime meal five days a week, plus frozen meals for weekends, to homebound seniors who cannot shop or prepare meals for themselves throughout Indian River County. The program is funded in part by the United Way and is subject to eligibility and availability.
- Social Congregate Meals: Nutritious lunchtime meals are available to mobile seniors at several locations throughout the county. In addition to meeting one-third of the daily nutritional requirements, Social Congregate Meals offer seniors the opportunity to meet others and enjoy a friendly dining room atmosphere. Subject to eligibility and availability.
- Nutrition Education and Counseling: In addition to Meals on Wheels and a daily wellness check, nutrition education and counseling is available to help seniors improve eating habits, educates about purchasing nutritious foods and provides information to those requiring special diets.
- Emergency Meals on Wheels: Provides a nutritious daily meal and a friendly visit by a volunteer for homebound seniors in Indian River County who have been discharged from a healthcare facility within the last 30 days and has no one to help with preparation of a noon-time meal. Can also provide a meal to someone whose caregiver is going into a healthcare facility. This program is funded by local grants and donations and is subject to availability.
- Pet Meals on Wheels: This service provides pet food for our meals on wheels clients whose dogs or cats are in need of food.
- Consumable Medical Supplies (incontinent supplies)
- Emergency Alert Devices
- In-Home Services
- Medication Management
- Public Guardianship Program
- Respite Care (in-home, to relieve caregivers from constant supervision of an impaired older adult)