Helping YOU Grow Older With Dignity
Syntero’s programs for older adults help individuals, their families and their caregivers face the challenges of growing older. We are here to help. Click here to view our program flyer.
Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counseling
Syntero has a specialized staff of professional social workers that focus on the mental health and addiction issues affecting clients 60 years and older. These experienced professionals are well versed in the problems and challenges of older adults that can result in a significant negative impact on quality of life. Outpatient treatment is evidenced based and focused on the goal of helping this population maintain health and wellness throughout life.
Call our Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext 133 to learn more about our Outpatient Mental Health and SUD Counseling.
Syntero’s Caregiver Consultation Program puts the focus on caregivers – working to help find solutions to make the role of the caregiver less stressful and challenging. The goal of the program is to help those caring for loved ones by providing information, education, and resources. This program helps the caregiver wade through the vast maze of options and resources available – helping to decrease the stress and confusion. Syntero’s experienced, professional and well-versed staff provide necessary answers you need to help you cope with the demands of care giving and allow you to better focus on meeting the needs of your loved one.
Syntero’s three-part Caregiver Connection webseries, featuring Special Projects Coordinator Lucy Smith, Aging in Place Navigator Elizabeth Baker, and Caregiver Consultant Dan Brochetti, LISW – S, addresses support for caregivers and innovative ways to engage and interact with clients. Click here to watch the series.
Email or call 614.457.7876 ext 205 to learn more about our Caregiver Consultation services.
Older Adults Intensive-Home Based Outreach
Syntero’s Older Adult outreach services are available to residents 60+ years of age residing in northwestern Franklin County. This community based programming serves seniors with serious health and daily living concerns. Individuals served by Syntero’s Intensive Home Based Outreach for older adults include those with mental health, aging, housing, financial or other human service need. The goal of this program is to help older adults achieve a greater quality of life and maintain as much independence as possible.
Email or call 614.457.7876 ext 214 to learn more about our Older Adults Intensive-Home Based Outreach services.
Older Adults Volunteer Program
Syntero’s Older Adults Volunteer Program makes a valuable contribution to the agency’s older adult clients. One-on-one volunteers are recruited from the community and matched with a Syntero Older Adult client. Volunteers serve as one-on-one friendly visitors, drivers, errand runners, and also help with occasional chores. Volunteers are carefully screened and then matched with an appropriate client. Volunteers serve on a regular or as need basis.
Email or call 614.457.7876 ext 244 to learn more about our Older Adults Volunteer Program.
Specialized Support Groups Focused on Aging
Through several specialized support groups, Syntero provides therapeutic and social support for widows, widowers, and older adults in a community based setting. Aging presents specific challenges for individuals, and the loss of a spouse or partner as well as declining independence due to physical reasons can be particularly difficult. Trained and compassionate clinicians are available to help older adults navigate and cope with this especially difficult time in life, meeting on a regular basis and presenting information on helpful topics.
Call 614.457.7876 to learn more about our Specialized Support Groups Focused on Aging.
Forever Dublin is a partnership between the City of Dublin and Syntero aimed at providing resources for residents to make Dublin their forever home. Forever Dublin is a product of the City of Dublin’s Aging in Place Plan, launched in early 2018. Reviewed by the Community Services Advisory Commission and accepted by Dublin City Council, the City’s Aging in Place Plan is a strategic priority of City Council in planning for the future. The plan involves many aspects and future concepts, including mobility and transportation, housing, health and wellness.
If you are confused about where to go to get answers about Medicare, health insurance, community resources and support information for older adults, you’ve come to the right place. The Hub navigators are trained to guide you to the resources and answers you need. Our team is here to assist older adults and caregivers for older adults. Call 614-889-5722 Ext. 810 to schedule your one-on-one appointment with a navigator. Check out the Forever Dublin Calendar of Events for educational sessions that can help people 55+ stay on top of important issues that affect their lives.