Specializing in Aging and Disabilities

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Our New Logo and Tag Line

News and Events

A Letter from our Executive Director

Welcome to the M4A website where we hope you will find information to help answer your questions about long-term care planning, public benefits, private benefits, and resources for caregivers, the elderly, and people living with disabilities.

Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, also known as M4A, specializes in resources, services, and information for older individuals, people who are disabled (regardless of age), and their caregivers. As an Aging and Disability Resource Center, M4A also specializes in assisting consumers who have questions about SNAP, housing, transportation, home safety and home repair, dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Medicare (Part D, Advantage Plans, Supplements), Medicaid, Social Security Disability, and much more. As a “no wrong door” for information and referral for all consumers, M4A wants to be the first place you turn to when you don’t know where to start looking for answers. 

I hope you enjoy our website. Please call us today to learn more about how we can help you get connected with answers, information and help.

Carolyn Fortner

Executive Director

Medicare Open Enrollment

For information on how to get assistance with reviewing Medicare plans please contact M4A or join us at one of our open enrollment events. For more information Click Here

Our Mission

M4A is proud to present our new logo and tagline to the public. Our team spent time developing a logo and tagline we feel represents the population we serve. Please read more on our branding story.

To help all individuals access information, assistance, and resources that will empower them to self-advocate, live independently, and enjoy the highest quality of life. M4A specializes in serving older adults and individuals with disabilities.

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Movie Event Success

We are excited to report that the movie event hosted by M4A, AARP, and Alabama Securities Commission. Over the course of our two events we had more than 150 people attend.