Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) Secretary Kari Bruffett announced Tuesday, January 13, that the agency has launched its new public website, www.kdads.ks.gov.
“This new website has been designed with our consumers and stakeholders in mind. I believe they will find it useful, informative and easy to navigate,” Secretary Bruffett said. “We are excited about the new design and have tried to make it as user-friendly as possible.”
The new KDADS website offers quick and convenient access to essential agency information about the programs and services the agency administers, placing them in three comprehensive groupings according to the commission under which they fall: Commission on Aging, Commission on Community Services and Programs and Commission on Survey, Certification and Credentialing.
“Many Kansans depend on KDADS programs for the services that allow them to live independent lives in their home communities,” Secretary Bruffett said. “We want to ensure that our website helps them access these services in the clearest, most straightforward way possible.”
Individuals accessing the new website for the first time or using previously bookmarked pages should delete their browser history and old bookmarks for quick access to pages on the new website. Provider information and applications continue to be available at: www.aging.ks.gov/, to which the new public website provides a link at the top of the home page.