Senior Living in Bucks County
Area Agency on Aging
The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is responsible for the planning and implementation of a variety of services and programs to assist older adults and their families. Our priority consumers are those with the greatest needs and fewest resources. The AAA offers more than twenty programs covering a wide range of needs.
For those who qualify, these services may include in-home personal care and support services; family caregiver support; transportation; home-delivered meals and adult day care. Additional services include health insurance counseling, adult protective services, legal assistance, health promotion programs and ombudsman services.
Consumers may also call the AAA to inquire about eligibility for the pharmaceutical assistance program (PACE), as well as the Rent and Property Tax Rebate Program.
Neshaminy Manor is a non-profit nursing home funded in part by the taxpayers of Bucks County, and the Federal and State governments. The 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility providing short term and long term care is located south of Almshouse Road on Route 611 (Easton Road) in Warrington (Doylestown Township), in the heart of scenic Bucks County Pennsylvania.
Positively Aging Volunteer Program
The Bucks County Positively Aging volunteer program provides opportunities for adults age 18 or older to engage in volunteer service and contribute time, experience and knowledge to others in their communities.
There are many volunteer opportunities throughout Bucks County, and the Volunteer Coordinator will make every effort to match volunteers with an assignment that best meets their interests and skills. If specific services are offered, staff will make every effort to identify an organization that is in need and can best accommodate those skills and services.
To join the more than 400 Positively Aging volunteers who provide thousands of hours of service each year, complete and return the Volunteer Enrollment Form (PDF), or contact Bucks County AAA.