Elder Care Servies Serving Sioux City, IA

Below is a list of caregivers in Sioux City, IA that provide elder care services.

Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation

11100 Aurora Ave building 13
Urbandale, IA 50322

Iowa Senior Health Insurance Information Program

330 Maple St
Des Moines, IA 50319
Senior Health Insurance Information Program - can help find answers to questions you have on Medicare, Medicare supplement insurance, long term care insurance, and other health insurance issues.

Siouxland Aging Services, Inc.

2301 Pierce Street
Sioux City, IA 51104
With a mission of enabling older Iowans to live with maximum possible dignity, well-being and independence, Siouxland Aging Services serves seniors (ages 60+) in Cherokee, Ida, Monona, Plymouth, and Woodbury counties. Whether a senior lives in their own home within the community, in an apartment or assisted living, Siouxland Aging Services may be able to provide services to keep the seniors where he/she wants to be - at home.Services include, but are not limited to, case management, nutrition, transportation access, housing, education, advocacy, information and referral, caregiver support, and wellness programs. For more information, visit our website at www.siouxlandaging.org

Southwest 8 Senior Services, Inc.

300 West Broadway, Suite 240
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
The experts at Southwest 8 Senior Services, Inc. know just how to handle the challenges that aging brings. We have been helping seniors maintain their independence in the community since 1980. We provide a broad range of programs that support seniors, caregivers and their families in counties: Plymouth, Cherokee, Woodbury, Ida, Monona, Harrison, Shelby, Pottawattamie, Cass, Adair, Mills, Montgomery, Adams, Union, Clarke, Fremont, Page, Taylor, Ringgold & Decatur.

State Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Iowa Department of Elder Affairs
510 E 12th Street, Suite 2
Des Moines, IA 50319
A Long Term Care Ombudsman is an advocate for residents of nursing homes, residential care facilities, assisted living programs and elder group homes. As a result of the Older Americans Act, each state is required to have a Long-Term Care Ombudsman program. The Ombudsman's Office can investigate and resolve complaints that may affect the health, safety, welfare, or right of residents. Whether through individual contact with residents or systemic advocacy, ombudsmen make a difference in the lives of residents in long term care facilities everyday.