- On-Site Medical Staff
- Chef Prepared Meals
- Dietary Accommodations
- Transportation Services
- Laundry Service
- 24-Hour Staff
- Medication Management
- Planned Activities
- Pet Friendly
- Multiple Floor Plans
- Private Rooms
- Fitness Center
- Activity Space
- Theater Room
- Beauty Salon
- Outdoor Patio
- Walking Paths
- Free Wi-Fi
- Senior Living
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Memory Care
- Nursing Home
- At-Home Care
- Respite Care
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We promote choice, independence, dignity and well-being through a range of services that help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.
COA helps caregivers
Because of Council on Aging, the caregivers featured in these videos can go to work each day knowing their loved one is safe and cared for. The burden is lightened and they can focus on their careers, family responsibilities and other important parts of their lives.
Council on Aging (COA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We promote choice, independence, dignity and well-being through a range of services that help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.
Founded in 1971, COA is part of the national aging services network and is a state-designated Area Agency on Aging, serving individuals across a multi-county region. Our core service area includes Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties, with limited programming in Greene and Montgomery counties. One call to COA links people to the wide variety of agencies, information and programs that serve older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers.
As an Area Aging on Agency, we are responsible for planning, coordinating and administrating local, state and federally-funded programs and services for older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers in our planning and service area: Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties.
Council on Aging’s mission is to enhance lives by assisting people to remain independent through a range of quality services.
Our vision is to be the premier standard in maximizing independence and quality of life.
With more than 40 years of experience, Council on Aging is…
A “front door” to information and resources, responding to more than 50,000 requests for information and referrals annually
A program administrator and care management organization helping more than 20,000 people annually to remain independent in their homes and communities
An innovator, developing programs and pilot projects that improve health care and reduce costs
An advocate, educating elected officials and building collaborations to develop age- and disability-friendly communities
A steward of public funds, working always to provide the highest quality services for the lowest possible cost to serve as many clients as possible with the tax dollars
Programs & Services
Independence. It means something different for everyone. But most of us would like to be as independent as possible, for as long as possible – even if we are aging or have a chronic health condition or disability.
Independence may mean you would like to stay in your home (or a caregiver’s home) for as long as possible, even if you need help cooking, getting to a doctor’s appointment, taking your medication or bathing.
It may mean moving to an assisted living community, where you can have meals, socialize and get extra support if needed, but still have your privacy.
Independence may be freedom from the physical, emotional or financial strain of a chronic health condition such as diabetes, heart disease or arthritis. It may be having the confidence to do the things you enjoy, without the fear of falling.
Programs and services administered by Council on Aging can help with whatever independence means to you. Through a number of publicly-funded programs, we offer services that promote independence, dignity, and health and safety for people of all ages and income levels throughout our five-county service area (Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties).
Additionally, we offer free support, advice and consultation for family and volunteer caregivers, and operate a call center through which anyone can access unbiased information, advice and referral on any topic related to aging, disability services or caregiving.