Offers a wide variety of services to persons and families of persons with dementia or memory loss. Call for the latest on upcoming programs and events.
Call the 24/7 Helpline, (800) 272-3900, anytime for advice on dementia issues.
COA is responsible for planning, coordinating and administrating local, state and federally-funded programs and services for older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers. The agency coordinates and offers services that help older adults remain in their homes, if that is their preference, aided by services such as home- delivered meals, homemaker assistance, and other services to make independent living a viable option. COA also provides transitional care, nursing home pre admission review and many other services. Some services are based on income.Catholic Charities
Senior Companions and Caregiver Assistance Network support groups and the CAREline (513) 869-4483 – a helpline providing resource information, referrals and support.
United Way 211
Dial 211 or (513) 721-7900; TTY (513) 762-7250
Resource for essential community services. 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Use drop down on upper left to find 211 link.
People Working Cooperatively (PWC)
Offers Home Repairs, Modifications for Mobility and other services
Aging Life Care Association (ALCA)
A Care Manager or Aging Life Care Professional will help individuals and their families plan for the future, adapt to health or memory changes, make sense of these changes and find the support, resources and solutions needed. Information and tools for making the best decisions is provided.
National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)
Members of NAELA are attorneys who are experienced and trained in working with the legal problems of older Americans and individuals of all ages with disabilities. Elder and special needs law includes planning for incapacity and long-term care, Medicaid and Medicare coverage and more.
ProSeniors provides education, advice, advocacy, representation and justice for seniors in Ohio through three programs, all provided at no cost to clients.
Hospice of Cincinnati
Hospice is not a place, it’s a philosophy of care. Hospice is care provided to you, where you live, in the last 6 months of life. Hospice helps the entire family have the best possible and most meaningful end-of-life experience. Most care is provided in the home or the place the patient calls home, like a nursing home or assisted living. Services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance plans. There are numerous hospice organizations in the area. Talk to your doctor, family, friends, facility social workers, etc. for recommendations.
Document on Old Age after the Pandemic published by Vatican
“Old Age- Our Future: The Elderly after the Pandemic” was published by the Pontifical Academy of the Vatican on February 2, 2021.
Planning for the End of Life Series
You can watch recordings from our Planning for the End of Life Zoom sessions:
“Understanding Hospice and Palliative Care” with Janet Montgomery
“End of Life Planning Series “Coping with Loss” with Marjorie Rentz, Hospice
“Spiritual Concerns of the Dying and for Caregivers” with Lisa O’Connell
”Planning the Funeral for a Loved One or for Yourself” with Jane Myers and Ann Blome