Many senior citizens find themselves thinking about whether or not aging at home is a possibility.

AARP did a survey that found 3 out of 4 adults age 50 or older wanted to stay in their home as they age. Aging in place is an excellent option for seniors and people with disabilities, but it’s not always easy to know what services you need.

“Remaining independent keeps my life positive, upbeat, and just being able to live on my own and independently is a big thing.”  

Our Aging-In-Place assessment can help determine the best options for your needs.This includes home modifications, transportation, identifying supports, and more.

In-Home Services Can Help Seniors Continue to Live at Home

Our Aging-In-Place Assessment will identify the path forward for you to stay in your home as you age.

Our team of certified staff will provide comprehensive assessments unique to our organization and unlike any other.

We are committed to providing the best solutions for those facing barriers in their everyday activities and bring comfort to families knowing they have chosen the best care.

Our comprehensive aging-in-place assessment includes:

  • Identifying Supports
  • Social Relationships 
  • Basic Medical info.
  • Fall Risk Evaluation
  • Financial Snapshot    
  • Mental Health
  • Addressing ADLs
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Summary of Recommendations

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How are we qualified? 

A qualified staff member with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree plus five years of social service experience will come to the home to complete a comprehensive assessment with the individual and/or family.

If you are interested in an aging-in-place assessment, please contact us for more information and for pricing,  636-926-8761, or by email at [email protected].



The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines aging in place as: “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.”

They are free to anyone in St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, and St. Louis Counties who has Medicaid or receives Social Security Disability income.  Otherwise, they are based on the ability to pay up to a maximum of $350.

The aging-in-place assessment is meant to look at many aspects of a person’s life which include medical issues, fall risk, natural support systems, and financial resources. Part of the assessment may include talking with family members or other natural supports to obtain a clear and accurate picture. An assessment should take about 2 hours in person with some additional phone calls or interviews. The finished assessment and recommendations should be ready within 7 working days.

We can refer you to the appropriate providers and funding and help you make a plan to follow our recommendations.

Delta Center serves those with disabilities in St. Charles County, Warren County, Lincoln County, and St. Louis County in Missouri. We also serve the city of St. Louis.

Delta Center partners with people with disabilities and their communities to remove barriers and promote positive changes leading to greater independence.
We envision a world of acceptance, access, independence, and self-determination for all.