The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is often the first place to start when seeking information about homecare services and other support options for seniors and people with disabilities. They can provide information about available resources, assist with applying for benefits and services, and connect individuals with appropriate agencies or providers.

The Homecare and National Family Caregiver Support programs are administered by the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

If these programs don’t meet your needs, Independence Assistance also works with other organizations that may be able to help. You can find more information by scrolling down this page.


The Aging and Disability Resource Center provides information and assistance to older adults, people with disabilities, their caregivers, and professionals. They connect people with resources on aging and disabilities in their 17 county service area. It is the point of entry for all Bluegrass Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living (BGAAAIL) programs.

To request a referral or learn more about services, please contact the ADRC by phone at 1-866-665-7921 or 859-266-1116, or by email at [email protected].

National Family Caregiver Support Program

NFCSP is a federally funded program offered through the Bluegrass Area on Aging and Independent Living (BGAAIL) that supports efforts of those who are caring for an elderly family member or friend at home by providing information, counseling, support groups , training and the respite and supplemental service care needed to maintain the caregiver’s own health and well-being. Independence Assistance is proud to be a contracted agency for respite services provided by funding through the NFCSP.

Kentucky Homecare

The Kentucky Homecare Program is a state-funded program that provides supportive services to seniors who are struggling to maintain their independence by providing assistance with self-care and daily household activities. The program is administered by the Bluegrass Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living (BGAAAIL) and is available to eligible seniors in Central Kentucky. It is designed to help seniors maintain their independence and remain in their own homes for as long as possible.

Self Pay

At our company, we offer the option of self-pay for those who want to maintain an independent lifestyle. Our self-pay services have a minimum of 2 hours per session and are billed monthly. This is a flexible option that allows you to receive the support you need without committing to long mandatory hours that other companies may require. Please contact the office for deposit information and a free in home assessment.

VA Community Care

The VA provides healthcare to Veterans through a network of providers, including Independence Assistance, which is a provider that operates in the community outside of the VA. When the VA is unable to provide the necessary care for a Veteran, they may be eligible to receive care from a provider in the community. The VA pays for this care on behalf of the Veteran.

Please reach out to our local Community Care Department at the VA: 859-233-4511 or visit


At Independence Assistance, we strive to work with all major insurance carriers to provide coverage for the clients policy. We participate in a variety of insurance programs and will work with your carrier to determine the services authorized and will meet your needs. Contact us to to learn more about the insurance options available through our agency. Please have your policy declaration or documents available to assist us in answering your questions.

Please call our office to speak with any staff member for more information about any of the above programs: 859-303-4040