Governor Corbett Announces Important Contact Information, Resources For Pennsylvanians Affected By Hurricane Sandy
AAAs are the local representatives of the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. They carry out many programs such as:
- Home delivered meals;
- Family caregiver support;
- In-home services;
- Assistance for individuals with finding residential living and domiciliary care; and
- Protective services.
In counties affected by power outages or flooding from the storm, the AAAs are prepared to handle the immediate and long-term needs of older adults and their families.
If you need to evacuate:
Specific information about any major state road closures is available by calling 511 or by visiting www.511pa.com.Pennsylvanians who leave their homes should follow the directions of local law enforcement to ensure the safe and steady flow of traffic. In addition to driving cautiously, motorists should also expect delays and allow extra time in their travel schedules. Media contacts: Janet Kelley, 717-425-1046 SOURCE Pennsylvania Office of the Governor
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