Village Name: Aging in Place-Glens Falls, Inc.
Harvey Noordsy, President
Geographic area served: Greater Glens Fall Metropolitan Region
Community: Glens Falls, Queensbury, Hudson Falls, South Glens Falls, Lake George Village (Urban and Suburban)
About/Mission/Description:Aging in Place-Glens Falls seeks to assist seniors to live in their own homes as they age, as long as they can so do safely and with dignity.
Governance (Village administration):
- Board Structure – Board elected by members, or by board in interim
- Committees: membership, program, outreach
- Staff: no paid staff
Village Operational Status:
- Date Launched – Operating since 2008; Incorporated 2010
History of Village Development:
A group of about twenty people from a local church met in 2008 to determine a way that we could continue to live in our own homes as long as possible. We decided not to be affiliated with one congregation, but to be open to all persons in the community. We received a small grant to provide resources for printing and mainly to become incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation, which was achieved in 2010. AIPGF encouraged membership from throughout the greater Glens Falls areas, and developed a list of potential needs and services for members. After incorporation the governance shifted from a Steering Committee to a Board of Directors.
Age requirements: No limit.
- Single – $25-$50
- Household –
- Low Income/Subsidy – Yes, upon request.
- # of Single – 61
- Member to member
- Senior Citizens Center: informal affiliation with Glens Falls and Queensbury Senior Centers, use space for meetings
Village Program & Services:
- Friendly visits/check-ins
- Health care navigation
- Home chores
- Pet care assistance
- Safety and home security assistance
- Social & Civic Engagement
- Technology training
- Vetting preferred providers
- Annual Revenue: $3,450
- Annual Expenditures: $2,460