The Aging & Accessibility Directory features helpful contact information, addresses, phone numbers, and live web-links to resources in a variety of service... more
The Johnson County Area Agency on Aging offers a single point of entry for services. Aging information specialists are your starting point for locating... more
CARE stands for Client Assessment, Referral and Evaluation. Everyone seeking a permanent move to a Kansas nursing facility must be assessed by the CARE program... more
The Area Agency on Aging sponsors services to support non-paid caregivers of frail older adults who need services to maintain independent living. 913-715-8861 more
The Johnson County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) Nutrition Program is pleased to offer a dining opportunity called CHAMPSS, a program for adults 60 or older and... more
The Commission on Aging (COA) is a voluntary group of individuals appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) to provide information, guidance,... more
For the millions of Americans who have physical, medical, sensory or cognitive disabilities, emergencies such as fires, floods and acts of terrorism present a... more
HomeConnect, a free books-by-mail delivery service, is available for those reside in the Johnson County Library service areas and who qualify as permanently or... more
In-home services provide support for older adults age 60+ who require assistance to maintain independent living. Services provided include Assessment,... more
Provides nutritious meals to frail and elderly homebound residents who are 60-years of age or older. The Area Agency on Aging provides home-delivered meals to... more
Multi-Service Outreach Centers provide a safety net for those in need and a means of moving beyond cycles of aid into self-reliance. They serve people in need... more
The Area Agency on Aging provides hot noon meals at seven Neighborhood Centers. In addition, Neighborhood Centers offer a variety of services, activities, and... more
Provides registered nurses who offer screening, assessment, education, resource information, and referral services to senior adults living in Johnson County. more
Since 1971, Johnson County Park & Recreation District's 50 Plus Program has been the area's leading provider of recreation and leisure opportunities for... more
The testing clinics are part of Johnson County's overall strategy to determine how prevalent COVID-19 is in Johnson County, Kansas.
COVID-19 testing appointments are in high demand and book quickly. You may check periodically to see if there are cancellations. We open new appointments for the following week on Thursday.
Test results are available within 5-7 business days, sometimes longer. If the test is positive, you will receive a phone call at the number you provided when you scheduled your appointment. If the test result is negative, we can notify you of the result via email if you provide verbal consent. If you choose to not receive your negative results via email, you will receive a letter in the mail at the address you provided when you scheduled your appointment.
Para personal que habla español llame al (913) 826-1200 y oprima 1 para servicio al clients. Las citas son programadas por nuestro personal, lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 5 p.m.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
This list does not include all possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Olathe — 11875 S. Sunset Drive (Drive-thru, south side of the building)
Enter the drive-thru area on the west side of the building. Follow the signs and drive around to the back of the building and pull up to the designated testing area facing south. Do not enter the building. Exit the testing area to the east of the building.
If you have additional questions about the testing process, call (913) 715-2819, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.