Referral Services for Beaufort County

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Referral Services

(Alzheimer's Association - South Carolina Chapter)
http://www.alz.org/sc/
Address:2090 Executive Hall Road, Ste 130
Charleston, SC 29407
Maps and Directions
Phone:800-272-3900 Toll Free
843-571-2641
Fax:843-571-6020
Description:The Lowcountry Area Office provides short-term respite--time away from caregiving responsibility--for full-time caregivers. Vouchers for up to $500 worth of care is available once a year. Their 24-Hour support line provides information/referral, care consultation, and multi-language help. They also offer safety services and support groups.


free low cost
Beaufort Help Line
Phone:843-524-4357


free low cost
Bluffton Help Line
Phone:843-757-4357


https://www.ultracare-dialysis.com
Phone:866-434-2597 (Toll Free)
888-241-1862 (Admissions Office, Toll Free)
Fax:866-342-4209
Description:This nationwide company operates a network of dialysis clinics and services which use their UltraCare(R)approach to treatment. Some centers provide home dialysis and transplant support. Locations and services of other facilities may be found by using the "Find a Dialysis Facility" locater on the right side of their web page. This website also contains helpful educational information about kidney disease, dialysis and treatment.


free low cost
Hilton Head Help Line
Phone:843-686-4357


free low cost
Lowcountry Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
(Lowcountry Council of Governments)
Address:634 Campground Road
Yemassee, SC 29945
Maps and Directions
Phone:843-726-5536
1-877-846-8148 Toll Free
Fax:843-726-5165
Description:This is a non-profit agency supported by the Older Americans Act that provides services to the aging in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, and Jasper. One of their programs, Family Caregivers Support, assists unpaid family members who are primary caregivers of citizens over 60 years old. They help evaluate the caregiver's needs and locate, identify or assist with services such as emergency respite, transportation to appointments, support groups, caregiver training and counseling, home modifications for the mobility impaired, incontinence supplies, and nutritional supplements. They also offer some assistance to grand-relatives, over the age of 55, raising children without parental financial support. Programs include I-CARE, Medicare Fraud, Legal Assistance, elder rights advocacy, public education, Family Caregivers Support, and Long Term Care Ombudsman. Information and referral to service is available to seniors and the physically challenged.