Aging in Place (NNORC)

Read the August 2019 NNORC News here:

The Albany Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NNORC) helps people aged 60 and over age in place. NNORC staff coordinates services and community resources that help seniors maintain their quality of life and independence, access services, and remain connected to their neighborhoods. By supporting aging in place, NNORC not only helps seniors but contributes to the diversity and stability of their neighborhoods. See NNORC Neighborhood map .

Supportive Services Really Help! NNORC residents and members can:

  • Work with the NNORC Community Nurse to support their health and wellness goals
  • Participate in exciting social and recreational outings
  • Hire the NNORC Handyman (special rate for paid members) to help with minor home repairs and maintenance (service available to NNORC residents only)
  • Seniors Are Connected with Support, Health and Wellness
  • Home delivered meals
  • Health care assistance
  • Health and blood pressure screenings
  • Exercise programs
  • Wellness programs
  • Mental health services

Social Enrichment

  • Social outings
  • Cultural events
  • Educational programs

Other Benefits

  • Case management
  • Advocacy
  • Information and referral
  • Home energy savings assessments
  • Household repairs and maintenance
  • Home visits
  • Financial management and paperwork

To learn more about our services or to get involved, please contact us at 518-514-2023 or

NNORC Community Partners

B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation
Catholic Charities
Congregation Beth Emeth
First Congregational Church
Maria College
New York State Office for the Aging 
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany
St. Peter’s Home Care
St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church
Senior Services of Albany
Sidney Albert Albany Jewish Community Center
Temple Israel
The College of Saint Rose
United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York
United Way of the Greater Capital Region
University at Albany–School of Social Welfare

The Albany NNORC is made possible through a grant from the New York State Office for Aging. NYSOFA-Button-1