Services

View our Testimonial Video to hear first hand how seniors and caregivers in the Trident Area have benefitted from our services!
Program participants of the Family Caregiver Support Program, Information and Referral Assistance Program, and State Health Insurance Program all share their experiences. 


Click on the services offered below for more information to learn how to apply.                                                               

Services
Home Delivered Meals
Nutritional support services for seniors who are homebound and unable to purchase, prepare, or otherwise obtain their own meals due to a physical or mental impairment or who, for some other reason, do not have access to nutrition services at a group dining center. Meals can be delivered hot, cold, or frozen depending on an individual’s choice or delivery location.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older.

To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Group Dining Services
Group dining services provide meals, socialization, nutrition education, activities and programming for more active older adults. These services help seniors gain access to nutrition and other disease prevention and health promotion services that have been proven to delay the onset of adverse health conditions resulting from poor nutritional health or sedentary behavior.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older.

To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Senior Center Transportation
Transportation services for individuals that will enable them to participate in Group Dining and senior center programs. This service assists in maintaining health and independence, reducing social isolation, and improve quality of life of older adults.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older.

To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Personal Care Services
Personal care services for individuals who have a chronic illness, limitations with their activities of daily living, or have an acute episode of a chronic illness that affects their ability to provide self-care and maintain a safe and sanitary home environment without assistance.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older

To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Homemaker Services
In home services for individuals who have a chronic illness, limitations with their activities of daily living, or have an acute episode of a chronic illness that affects their ability to maintain a safe and sanitary home environment without assistance.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older

To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Legal Services
Services aimed to provide access to the judicial system through advocacy, advice and representation, in order to protect their dignity, rights, autonomy and financial security of persons age 60 and older, particularly those who are socially or economically in need.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older.

For more information,  please call (843) 554-2275.
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Services
Programs designed to help older adults prevent and/or manage chronic diseases and promote healthier lifestyles. These services have shown to be effective at helping participants adopt healthy behaviors, improve their health status, and reduce their use of hospital services and emergency room visits. Evidence Based Health Promotion programs may also mitigate the negative impact of chronic diseases and related injuries, such as falls. Healthy aging reduces healthcare costs and increases quality of life for older adults.

Eligible participants in the program must be sixty (60) years of age or older.

For more information, please call (843) 554-2275
Respite Services
A service that offers temporary, substitute supports or arrangements for care recipients in order to provide a brief period of relief or rest for informal family caregivers. Respite can be provided in the home, through a day program, or a short stay in a long term care facility. 

Eligible Family caregivers must be:

  • At least 18 years old caring for older adult aged 60+, or someone any age with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders. 
  • An older relative caregiver, aged 55+ caring for a disabled adult 18-59 years old 
  • Non parent older relative caregivers, aged 55+ raising a child under 18 years old. 
To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.
Family Caregiver Support and Education
Services offered to informal family caregivers to assist with their wellbeing and caregiving role. Services may include access to Trualta- an online platform featuring evidence based self-paced caregiver training and education modules and support groups, counseling sessions with a licensed therapist, or one on one caregiver training and education with our dementia care specialist.   

Eligible Family caregivers must be:

  • At least 18 years old caring for older adult aged 60+, or someone any age with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders. 
  • An older relative caregiver, aged 55+ caring for a disabled adult 18-59 years old 
  • Non parent older relative caregivers, aged 55+ raising a child under 18 years old. 
To Apply: Please call (843) 554-2275 to complete an intake and assessment.