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The Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA) and the statewide network of 19 Area Agencies on Aging assist older Marylanders with a range of services and sources of information. MDoA administers state and federal programs, many of which are significantly lower in cost than nursing home placement.

The Maryland Department of Aging is looking for an intern to work on its Maryland Access Point (MAP) program's database. MAP is a partner in the national Aging and Disability Resource Center initiative supported by the Administration on Community Living (formally Administration on Aging) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. MAP Program is part of Maryland’s No Wrong Door approach for providing access to the Aging network to obtain information concerning benefits and programs for older adults and individuals with disabilities, their families, and caregivers. Through the program, seniors and individuals with disabilities receive information to make informed choices about services, referrals to appropriate agencies, assistance in obtaining services and benefits, and follow-up. The program promotes awareness of services for the elderly and individuals with disabilities through outreach and public education, and provides information about health care, Medicare/health insurance, in-home services, transportation, housing, legal services, senior centers, retirement communities, prescriptions drugs and more. Students will be exposed to different challenges that seniors may face in order to access service information online and organizing it in a fashion that is accessible to all.

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