Mercy Care for the Adirondacks

Aging-Friendly Communities

Mercy Care hosts quarterly meetings of the Tri-Lakes Aging in Place Task Force and the Caregiving Working Group of Essex and Franklin Counties. Assemblyman Billy Jones attended a recent meeting.

Growing Need

Elders in our communities will need our love and help more than ever over the next years. The unique caregiving needs elders living in the Adirondacks experience such as long distances from services, cold and severe winters, and lack of adequate home and community based services will be amplified, as the aging population grows and government resources diminish.

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Home Health Care Crisis in the Adirondacks

In March 2014, the Caregiving Working Group of Essex and Franklin Counties, facilitated by Mercy Care for the Adirondacks, developed and released “Giving and Receiving Care in the Adirondacks,” a community empowerment action plan to address the area’s caregiving needs including severe shortage of home health aides.

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