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Council on Aging of Southwestern OhioCouncil on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio helps older adults remain in their homes with independence and dignity. Through COA, seniors avoid unnecessary placement in nursing homes with services such as home-delivered meals and transportation.

Founded in 1971, COA is one of our region's largest non-profit organizations and is designated by the state of Ohio to be the Area Agency on Aging for Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties.  

COA is a central and unbiased source of information about aging and connection to community resources for older adults, their caregivers, families and professionals in the field of aging.

What are Adult Day Services? Who pays for nursing care? How do I know if a retirement community is the right move for me? What services are available to help my parents stay in their home?

The Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio is here to answer these difficult questions and more. We strive to be a reliable, unbiased and educational resource for seniors, caregivers and anyone else with questions on aging. Feel free to give us a call at (513) 721-1025 or visit our online directory!

What we do:

We help older adults stay in their homes and communities with services such as Meals on Wheels, housekeeping help, transportation, and care management.

We work to reform Ohio's long-term care system, so seniors will have more compassionate and cost-effective choices in where they live as they age

Annual Highlights

Issues in Aging

American businesses can lose as much as $34 billion each year due to employees' need to care for loved ones 50 years of age and older. (Metlife)

 

award for marketplace ethics from the cincinnati better business bureau

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) is the winner of a 2010 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics from the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau.

 

Find out how Council on Aging can help you care for an aging loved one:

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio
175 Tri County Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Phone: 513-721-1025 / 800-252-0155 (toll free)
Email: Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio
Website: www.help4seniors.org

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