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Area II Agency on Aging


We are a public, non-profit organization located in Roundup, Montana. One of ten Area Agencies serving Montana, Area II serves the needs and concerns of seniors and the disabled throughout an eleven-county area, including two reservations, in central Montana.

Area II grew out of the Older Americans Act of 1965, which developed federal, state, and local structures to administer programs to help the elderly maintain their health and independence in their homes and communities. In the State of Montana the Older American Act is administered by the Aging Services Bureau, Department of Public Health and Human Services. As local, grass-root resources, Area Agencies have advisory counsels who review and comment on all programs affecting seniors.

In partnership with the Veteran’s Administration, this program is designed to help keep Veterans in their own homes with the Veteran in control of the services needed.

A resource for seniors and the disabled. We answer questions, provide information about other agencies, and help with referrals.

An advocate who protects the rights of residents living in long-term-care facilities and personal-care homes.

Trained staff who provide assistance with Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other issues relating to seniors and the disabled.

hamstring stretch

Project Activate® – Support Independence and Resilience!: Hamstring Stretch Exercise

Sit on the front edge of a chair with the left leg extended to the front and the right foot on the floor for stability. Flex the ankle and bend forward at the hips slowly, reaching down the leg until you feel a stretch in the back of the leg. Hold the stretch for 15-30 seconds, breathing normally. Sit upright then switch legs to repeat the exercise stretching the right leg. Repeat the full sequence 3 times.

standing chest press

Project Activate® – Support Independence and Resilience!: Standing Chest Stretch

Stand in a doorway with your arms on the door-jam and elbows at a 90° angle as shown. Place the right foot slightly in front of the left for stability and control. Gently lean forward to stretch the chest muscles. Hold for 15-30 seconds while breathing normally.

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Farmers to Families Coming to Roundup!

July 23, 2020 at 2:00 pm in Roundup