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Need help with an older adult or person with disabilities?

Where can you turn when help is needed?  Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (WRAAA) is here to help.

WRAAA offers a variety of programs to assist older adults and persons with disabilities.  If you are not sure how to get started, call our Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) and we will help you determine which programs you may be eligible for.  The ADRC provides information, assistance, and referral. A telephone evaluation is conducted to assist callers and their families with identifying their long-term care needs and options.

Are you a caregiver?  Let our Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP) help you.  The FCSP connects caregivers to various resources which include respite, support groups, and financial support.  We also offer caregiver coaching and consultation.

WRAAA needs advocates. Join our Advocacy in Motion (AIM) initiative.  AIM is a group of consumers, advocates, service providers, and social service organizations. AIM enhances the community’s voice on policy issues related to aging and disabilities.  

Get started by visiting our website at or by calling (216) 621-0303.  We want to hear from you.