The Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS) supports Maine's older and disabled adults by providing Adult Protective, Brain Injury, Other Related Conditions, Intellectual and Developmental Disability, Long Term Care, and Aging and Community services to the people of Maine.
OADS coordinates the programs and benefits to assure they operate consistent with the state and federal policies and the Maine Department of Health and Human Services' goals.
We promote individual dignity through respect, choice and support for all adults.
To promote the highest level of independence, health and safety of older citizens, vulnerable adults and adults with disabilities.
Maine Aging Study Underway
The University of Southern Maine (USM) is conducting a survey for the Office of Aging and Disability Services. To help us plan for the changing needs of Mainers who are age 55 or older, the study will ask questions about transportation, nutrition, and other issues. Hundreds of people will receive email or phone calls from the Muskie School at USM asking you to share your opinions and experiences. The email will come from Muskie School USM. If you receive the email or phone call, please help by completing the survey. This is a copy of the letter you will get in the email.
Thank you for your help with this important study. For more information, you can contact James Moorhead, Aging Services Manager, Office of Aging and Disability Services. The main office number is 207-287-9200.
- November 18, 2019: Maine Caregiver Survey
- November 8, 2019: Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Providers
- October 23, 2019: Mandatory Maine Home and Community-Based Services Provider Self-Assessment Process
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