The Wake County Human Services' Senior and Adult Services Department offers a variety of home and community based programs and services to seniors, adults with disabilities and their families.
Our goal is to maximize self-sufficiency, safety, health and independence so that seniors and adults can remain safely in the community for as long as possible and to maintain the highest quality of life for those who reside in adult and family care homes in Wake County.
The Senior & Adult Services Department provides the following:
Assessment services for at-risk individuals
Case management services for people receiving Special Assistance/In-Home funds
Monitoring adult care homes and day care programs
Protective services to disabled adults who are alleged to be abused/neglected/ exploited and in need of protection
Services are also provided to consumers who have been declared mentally incompetent and who have no one else to assume decision making responsibility.
Free Living Healthy Workshop
Living Healthy and Living Healthy with Diabetes are free, 6-week Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs created to help reduce the risk and occurrence of disease and disability among the rapidly increasing number of adults 60 and older.
Please contact Barbara James, Living Healthy Coordinator
at 919-846-1956 for more information.
Community Advisory Committee Volunteers Needed
of residents living in long term care facilities.
They are trained by the Ombudsman, and regularly visit the facilities in Wake County to talk with residents, family members, and to facilitate communication with staff and the surrounding community.
Aimee Kepler for Adult Care Homes at
Jennifer Link, for Nursing Homes at