Home Care Resources in Anoka County
While home care allows people to safely remain in their own homes, it doesn’t mean they have to stay at home. Our caregivers can offer you the opportunity to enjoy some of the many events, activities, and great restaurants Anoka County has to offer. Our caregivers can accompany you to medical appointments as well as to parks, libraries, church services, theaters, museums, or to participate in one of the many activities at our senior centers. They can take you out to Bunker Hills park, Bass Lake or Eugene H. Hagel Arboretum, or attend a local concert with you.
Do you miss walking around a mall? A caregiver could also accompany you to one of the many local malls. For those who wish to stay at home, you can ask a caregiver to bring the community to you by bringing you a meal from your favorite restaurant or library books about a new subject you’d like to learn.
Anoka County Community Action Senior Programs: Anoka County is blessed with an active senior center offering a variety of on-site social, recreational, and education activities, as well as, day trips to local and metro attractions. New activities are being added daily, for the most up-to-date information stop in or call the senior center.
Alzheimer's Association of Minnesota: The Alzheimer's Association Minnesota-North Dakota provides support, education, training and other resources to increase knowledge and to support those facing Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Anoka County Veterans Service Center: Learn more about veteran benefits you may be eligible for by contacting the Anoka County Veterans Service Center at (763) 324-4500. They are located at Government Center, 2100 3rd Avenue, Suite 216 Anoka, MN 55303.
Activities for Older Adults: Looking to stay active and have fun? Take a look at the Anoka County activities for older adults webpage.