The Delaware Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities (DSAAPD) provides a broad range of services to support older persons, persons with disabilities, and careivers. Some of these services are operated directly by DSAAPD staff. Others are funded through DSAAPD and operated under contract by outside organizations.
Following is a list of the services operated or funded by DSAAPD. Select a service from the list below to get a description, eligibility information, and other important facts.
Please note that many other valuable services are available in Delaware which are operated and funded independently of DSAAPD. The Guide to Services for Older Delawareans and Persons with Disabilities, published by DSAAPD, contains a comprehensive list of these services. See the box at the bottom of the page for more information about this publication..
- Adult Day Services
- Adult Foster Care
- Adult Protective Services*
- Alzheimer's Day Treatment
- Assistive Devices
- Attendant Services
- Caregiver Resource Centers
- Case Management
- Community Living
- Congregate Meals
- Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
- Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program
- Home Delivered Meals
- Home Modification
- Information and Assistance
- Legal Services
- Lifespan Respite
- Long Term Care Ombudsman Program*
- Money Management Program
- Nursing Home Transition Program
- Nursing Home Care
- Options Counseling
- Pathways to Employment
- Personal Care
- Personal Emergency Response System
- Respite Care
- Senior Community Service Employment Program
* The Adult Protective Services Program and the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program are housed within the Delaware Health and Social Services Office of the Secretary.
Guide to Services - Updated in 2015
The Guide to Services for Older Delawareans and Persons with Physical Disabilites can be downloaded and viewed on your computer. If you have trouble downloading the Guide, please visit the Help with Downloading DSAAPD Publications page.
If you would like to get printed copies, please contact the Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) and a staff person will be glad to assist you.