Southwestern Ohio COA - Providing Assistance to Seniors in Need

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Southwestern Ohio COA -  Providing Assistance to Seniors in Need

I found a great program in southwestern Ohio that helps senior citizens each day. It's called the Council on Aging (COA) which is part of the national aging services network. It has been operating for over 40 years and specializes in providing services that help older adults remain independent at home, plan for needs in their future and promote health, security and well-being. Taking a closer look at the different programs the council has, I learned that they offer assisted living, which is a long-term care option for low-income adults who prefer to live independently but who need care giving. COA offers access to affordable and reliable transportation for seniors. Financial assistance for low-income older persons with disabilities that allows them to live in a community based group home environment is also available. Another great aspect of COA is that they provide more than 2 million meals to 10,000 home bound older adults in southwestern Ohio. The organization's website provides "Aging Topics A-Z" . Some highlights are: • Clinics • Food Stamps • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren • Homeless Shelters • Home-care Services • Medicaid • Prescription Discount Cards • Tax Credits • Utility Payment Assistance


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