Maryland Access Point (MAP)
MAP empowers individuals to effectively navigate their health and support options by providing information on a full range of community resources and long-term care programs. The program provides this in the form of personalized and objective assistance so that older adults, persons with disabilities, and caregivers can make decisions about meeting their current and future needs.
MAP counselors can offer referrals for community based services to help people who live alone or with others in order to potentially avoid nursing home stays.
MAP counselors can also provide links to services such as home-delivered meals, transportation, home modifications, energy assistance, legal resources, and state health insurance program assistance (Medicaid and/or Medicare).
To learn more, please contact Upper Shore Aging's main office at 410-778-6000.