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Senior services highlighted in meeting of Aging Council

The Lake Cumberland Aging Advisory Council met last week in Russell Springs for a department update and selection of new officers.

Independence for life as we age, with support for seniors, is the focus at the Lake Cumberland Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living (LCAAAIL).

The special topic of last week's meeting of the LCAAAIL Advisory Council was how to recognize signs of elder abuse and how to help.



The state provides an emergency hotline call number as well as a non-emergency internet link to share concerns.

Hotline # 1-877-597-2331 (this line is manned 24/7).

Web based reporting system for non emergency situations that do not require immediate response. https://prd.webapps.chfs.ky.gov/reportabuse/home.aspx

Claude Tiller, Chairman of the Aging Advisory Council, and Jeric Devore, LCADD Deputy Executive Director/Director of Senior Services welcomed members of the Council from each of the ten counties served by the LCADD.


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Council on Aging meets in Russell Springs



2022-08-03 - Russell County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Claude Tiller, at left, Chairman of the Aging Advisory Council, and Jeric Devore, LCADD Deputy Executive Director/Director of Senior Services welcomed members of the Council from each of the ten counties served by the LCADD and gave updates on services.

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Report elder abuse



2022-08-03 - Russell County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.

The special topic of last week's meeting of the LCAAAIL Advisory Council was how to recognize signs of elder abuse and how to help. The slide above provides an emergency hotline call number as well as a non-emergency internet link to share concerns. Hotline # 1-877-597-2331 (this line is manned 24/7). Web based reporting system for non emergency situations that do not require immediate response.

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Pike and Burton at Aging Council meeting



2022-08-03 - Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Columbians Vicky Pike and Floyd Burton, at left, were among members of the Aging Advisory Council who met last week. Vicky was selected as the new secretary. Independence for life as we age, with support for seniors, is the focus at the Lake Cumberland Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living (LCAAAIL) in the ten county district.

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