DIVISION OF SERVICES FOR AGING AND
ADULTS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES (DSAAPD)


DSSAPD has created the Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) as the State’s one-stop access point designed to help older Delawareans and adults with physical disabilities and their caregivers find the resources they need efficiently.  By contacting the ADRC, you can get reliable information and person-centered counseling on a range of available long-term services and support options.  The ADRC is also where qualifying low-income older and disabled adults and their caregivers can go to get connected to public programs and benefits within the State. 

The many services available through the ADRC to the aging and disabled either through the DSAAPD or through private service providers are also listed in DSAAPD's “Guide to Services for Older Delawareans and Persons with Disabilities.”  This Guide is available on the internet at: www.dhss.delaware.gov/dsaapd or www.delawareadrc.com.  Again, some programs may be available at lower or no cost to qualifying low-income individuals.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) can be contacted
By phone:        1-800-223-9074 (toll free)
OR
By email:      DelawareADRC@state.de.us