Offering choice and responsibility to the primary caregiver and care recipient in the selection of their respite care workers. For eligibility and guidelines, please see the flyer:

Caregiver Directed Respite Program


Clay County Senior Services holds the license to offer the Aging Mastery Program in Clay County. We offered to pilot the program in the Kansas City metro area in 2017 after meeting with Jim Firman, CEO for the National Council on Aging. Clay County Senior Services continues to administer and support the program here in Clay County. 

If your organization is interested in offering or sponsoring an AMP class, please contact Tina Uridge:

The Aging Mastery Program (AMP) encourages mastery — developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security and overall well-being.

Stay tuned for news on upcoming Aging Mastery Program classes!
Classes are offered year-round in various locations.
A new session started in NKC on February 1, 2019.
Excelsior Springs Community Center will host a new 10-week session in April.
See the flyer for details: Excelsior AMP

You can also visit:

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The Northland Human Resources Directory 
now has updated print copies.
You can also click on image to go to directory website.


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