LifeLong Links™ is Iowa’s network of Aging and Disability Resource Centers, whose purpose is to expand and enhance the state’s information and referral resources for older adults, adults with disabilities, veterans and caregivers as they begin to think about and plan for long-term independent living.
Administered by the Iowa Department on Aging and enriched by a collaborative partnership with Iowa’s six Area Agencies on Aging, LifeLong Links is modeled on the “no wrong door” approach, meaning it is available to any Iowan in need of home-based and community services and is accessible through physical locations across Iowa, a toll-free call center (1-866-468-7887) and a website (www.lifelonglinks.org).
With a mission to help Iowans achieve their personal goals for independence and full participation in their community, LifeLong Links provides information about topics and services and connects individuals to local service providers in an effort to support the philosophy of self-directed care.
Although the resources listed on this website are audited periodically for accuracy, use of this site should not be considered an adequate substitute for seeking professional advice. Reference to any specific product, process, service or service provider by trade name, trademark, manufacturer or otherwise should not be considered a direct or implicit endorsement or recommendation by the State of Iowa or Iowa’s Area Agencies on Aging. The State of Iowa, the Iowa Department on Aging and its officers, agents or employees are not liable for any actions taken or omissions made in reliance on any information contained in this site, or for any damages or injury you may sustain arising out of or relating to your use of this site.