Aging Partners

Substitute individual notice for persons Aging Partners has been unable to contact regarding a recent breach of unsecured protected health information(PDF, 194KB)

DHHS News Release: DHHS and Aging Partners Notified of Protected Health Information Breach


Aging Partners continues to provide services which are adapted to the new COVID Medical Directives. Aging Partners facilities are closed to walk-in traffic.  Access to Information and Referral, Case Management, Legal Services, Medicaid Waiver and Home Delivered Meals are available by calling 402-441-7070.

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NeighborLNK

The NeighborLNK program is designed to facilitate personal connections by directly linking volunteers with seniors (age 60 and over) or persons with disabilities who are homebound and seeking additional support as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.


 

Department Head

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Randall S. Jones

Engagement of the entire community in supporting our most mature citizens is a key goal for Randy. Dramatic increases in the number of seniors living in our community provide great opportunities for programming, infrastructure, recreation and services that meet this increasing demand. Aging is a journey… let’s celebrate what we have to offer.

Aging Partners plans, coordinates and advocates for older people in our eight-county area. Our mission is to enhance daily living, expand personal choices and educate the community in an effort to ensure the independence and full life of the people we serve.

The Advisory Council is an advisory board to Aging Partners and its signatory member counties.


Purposes

  • to support and further the goals and mission of Aging Partners.
  • to act as the advocate for older citizens of the eight-county area regarding their concerns, needs, problems and issues;
  • to identify and define the most pressing needs and concerns of the areas older citizens;
  • to assist in the development of effective plans to meet identified needs on a prioritized and continuing basis;
  • to develop, or cause to be developed, needed services, programs, or efforts to meet those identified needs and concerns;
  • to monitor and evaluate services and programs for older residents to ensure that service objectives are being set in concert with the identified needs and concerns and that those objectives are being met;
  • to act as a sounding board for staff by providing review and input on new or revised initiatives, strategies and projects.

Membership

  • The membership of the Advisory Council shall come from the current signatory members to Aging Partners as of July 1 each year. The membership is based in part on the proportional relationship of each county's age 60 and over population and shall be as follows:
  • Each county shall be entitled to one representative.
  • Additionally, each county shall be entitled to one additional representative for each group of 4,000 age 60 and over residents.
  • Counties with less than 4,000 – 60 and over will have at least one additional representative.
  • At least half of each county's representatives to the Advisory Council must be age 60 and over.

Appointment

Appointment of representatives to the Aging Partners Advisory Council shall be the responsibility of each county's elected governing board. However, the representatives of the Primary County shall be appointed by the Mayor of the City of Lincoln with the concurrence of the Lincoln City Council. Current board members are:

  • Tammy Burton-Fikar, Butler County
  • Greg Janak, Butler County
  • Linda Heinisch, Fillmore County
  • Gloria Aron, Lancaster County
  • Shari Busch, Lancaster County
  • Dennis Buckley, Lancaster County
  • Keith Larsen, Lancaster County
  • Lee Kreimer, Lancaster County
 
  • Jenika Long, Lancaster County
  • John Wyvill, Lancaster County
  • Vern Schulte, Lancaster County
  • Michael L. Simonsen, Polk County
  • Alan Gissler, Polk County
  • Kathy Stokebrand, Saline County
  • Susan Burkey, Seward County
  • Fran Reinert, York County

Nebraska Area Agencies on Aging

View the coverage map.(PDF, 3MB)


Links

 

General Information
agingpartners@lincoln.ne.gov
402-441-7070 or 800-247-0938
1005 "O" St., Lincoln, NE 68508


Health and Fitness
402-441-7575
555 S. 9th St., Lincoln, NE  68508

                  

Fillmore County Senior Services
402-759-4922
1120 "F" St., Geneva, NE  68361

Live & Learn, Living Well Magazine, Media
Public Relations
402-441-7070
1005 "O" St., Lincoln, NE  68508

 

Polk County Senior Services
402-764-2252
101 W. 5 St., Stromsburg, NE  68666

Nutrition
402-441-7159
1005 "O" St., Lincoln, NE  68508 

 

Saline Eldercare
402-821-3330
109 W. 3rd St., Wilber, NE  68465

Senior Centers
402-441-7158
1005 "O" St., Lincoln, NE  68508

 

Saunders County Senior Services
402-441-7070

Transportation
402-441-7863
1005 "O" St., Lincoln, NE  68508

 

Seward County Senior Services
402-761-3593
105 "B" St., Milford, NE  68405

Butler County Senior Services
402-367-6131
592 "D" St., David City, NE  68632 

 

York County Senior Services
402-362-7626
2325 Nebraska Ave., York, NE  68467