For 35 years, we have been providing care coordination to individuals with disabilities and complex healthcare needs. Today, we serve more than 10,000 individuals, who live healthy and independent lives in the community of their choice.
Helping Seniors Live Healthy and Independent Lives
The Wellness and Independence for Seniors at Home (WISH) Program provides health coaching to individuals age 65+, who have Medicare and live in one of the identified Independent Living Facilities in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County.
As part of the Year of Service initiative, coworkers are volunteering across the state to help people with disabilities, housing instability and mental health challenges, as well as organizations that support animals and the environment!
Families of all children receiving special education and early intervention services are invited to get connected to services, resources and tools available in the community and school system at the second annual HCPSS Family Resource and Transition Fair! ... See MoreSee Less
Families of all children receiving special education and early intervention services are invited to get connected to services, resources and tools available in the community and school system at the second annual HCPSS Family Resource and Transition Fair on Saturday, October 27, from 10 a.m.–2 p.m...
34 Years of Service Join us for a special retirement celebration as we honor Karen-Ann Lichtenstein, The Coordinating Center's President and CEO. Karen-Ann has been a passionate advocate for people with disabilities and special healthcare needs and has created an organization where coworkers are res...
Got Transition?'s Young Adult Health Care Transition quiz is now available in Spanish! Use the link below to access the Spanish version of, "Are you ready to transition to adult care?" ... See MoreSee Less
Have you heard of Aira? "The Aira app connects visually impaired people with live agents who can see the environment through the phone's camera, and report visual information to assist in tasks such as grocery shopping." ... See MoreSee Less
The Aira app connects visually impaired people with live agents who can see the environment through the phone's camera, and report visual information to assist in tasks such as grocery shopping. (Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun video)
Check out and consider attending this great Howard County event!Come learn how to plan a future that maximizes your ability to successfully age in the community at Howard County Department of Community Resources and Services 20th annual 50+EXPO next Friday, October 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia. This year's event will feature more than 170 vendors and exhibitors, free seminars, Virtual Dementia Tours®, onsite health fair and more.
AARP’s Family and Caregiving Expert Amy Goyer will present the 2018 keynote address, “Mindfully Map Out Your Future,” at 11:00 a.m. in the Jim Rouse Theatre. Goyer will discuss how to create a successful plan to support future independence, including having family discussions, forming a team of advisors and potential caregivers, getting your legal and financial affairs in order, identifying community-based supports and more. To register for the keynote address, visit www.mapoutyourfuture.eventbrite.com.
Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services will also be on hand offering information on how to maintain working smoke alarms in your home, fall safety and prevention tips, and Hands-Only CPR and bleeding control training.
Admission is $1 and free parking and shuttle transportation is available from the lower level JCPenney parking lot at The Mall in Columbia.