Established in 1996, SeniorsPlus Care Coordination connects thousands of people throughout the state of Maine with home care services.

We coordinate services from respite to extensive in-home services, while promoting good health and well being. Through SeniorsPlus Care Coordination, you will be supported in maintaining your independence while you remain in your own home.

SeniorsPlus Care Coordination will provide you the best possible care through our network of home care providers throughout the state. Our professional staff has the knowledge and resources to assist you in choosing the providers to meet your home care needs. With SeniorsPlus Care Coordination, you stay in your own home, where you are the healthiest and the happiest.

What Can You Expect From your Care Coordinator?

The care coordination process is centered around you. We will work with you to develop the best possible support plan to help you remain at home. We will work with your families, loved ones, and health care professionals to identify your needs and preferences so we can link you to the best services available in your community. 

Testimonials: What are people saying about SeniorsPlus Care Coordination?

“This program has made all the difference between a lonely life in a nursing home and a happy, comfortable life at home with my family. We are so very grateful.”

“I thank God for this agency. I really like all of the coordinators that have c
alled me. They even know my cat’s name and that he only has three legs. Thank you all.”

How can you access Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) through SeniorsPlus Care Coordination?

LTSS is provided through various programs and the services authorized under each program depend upon an individual's needs and financial status. Services can only be accessed after you are determined eligible, both medically and financially. There are two ways to initiate eligibility:

  1. Go to the Department of Health and Human Services office nearest you and apply for Long Term Care services under MaineCare.
  2. Contact Maximus at 1-833-525-5784 and ask for a Long Term Care Assessment for community services.

Either method will most likely result in a nurse coming to your home and completing a medical eligibility assessment. At the time of assessment, the nurse will explain which program and what services you are medically eligible for. The Department of Health and Human Services determines your financial eligibility for MaineCare Programs. SeniorsPlus Care Coordination determines your financial eligibility for our state-funded, Home Based Care Program. If you are found both financially and medically eligible for a SeniorsPlus program, your assessment will be sent to one of our Care Coordinators. Your Care Coordinator will contact you to review your assessment and service options. Care Coordination is unable to take referrals for services without an eligibility assessment from Maximus.