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Aging & Independence

August 1, 2022

 

 

August 2022

 

 

COAForumonAging Social

Forum on Aging 2022: register today!

If you're a social worker, nurse or nursing home administrator, you don't want to miss the networking, learning and inspiration at our annual Forum on Aging conference to be held August 24-25 at the Sharonville Convention Center in Cincinnati.

 

Three keynotes, 16 workshops, 40 vendors and more than 400 of your colleagues will be waiting for you. And, you can earn up to 12 CEUs. Register today!

 

 

 

There's still time to become a Forum sponsor! There are still opportunities available to make sure you're seen by more than 400 professionals in the aging and disability field who attend the conference.

 

Click here for more information, or contact Amy Leonhardt at aleonhardt@help4seniors.org.

 

 

COA's senior innovation designer receives Business Courier young leader honor

Jai'La Nored, Council on Aging's senior innovation designer, was recently chosen as part of this year's Cincinnati Business Courier Forty under 40.

 

Jai'La is in great company, as her 39 fellow Class of 2022 members are among the best and brightest Cincinnati-area young professionals who represent a range of businesses as well as nonprofits and arts organizations. See all the 2022 honorees here. Learn more about Jai'La, here. One of Jai'La's projects, EVRTalk, is featured below.

 

 

COA releases 2021 annual reports

Council on Aging’s 2021 Impact Report and the 2021 Elderly Services Program Annual Reports for Butler, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren counties are now available in print and digital formats. Each report contains success and client stories, as well as data and financials that give a detailed look at the community impact of COA and the four ESP programs it administers. Get more information and links to the reports here.

 

 

EVRTalk helps family caregivers and their loved ones

More and more often, family members are called on to provide care for their loved ones - usually on short notice and with little or no training. This affects older adults, caregivers, family members, employers and the community as a whole.

 

EVRTalk is a revolutionary Virtual Reality (VR) experience designed to help family caregivers feel more comfortable with their new or changing role.

 

To learn how EVRTalk can be part of your life, click here.

 

 

Now hiring Assessors and Care Managers

Join our team as a Care Manager or Assessor and receive a $2,000 signing bonus! While there are licensure requirements for positions in Assessment and for many Care Manager positions, licensure is not required for positions in our Elderly Services Program.

 

Click here to review all open positions and their specific requirements. We hope to welcome you to our team of caring and dedicated professionals working to help older adults and those with disabilities remain safely in their homes.

 

 

Important reminder...COA has new fax numbers

Council on Aging has merged its phone and faxing services to one provider. While individuals' phone numbers remain the same, all fax numbers changed as of December 2021. If you frequently send faxes to teams and individuals at COA, please make note of our new fax numbers, listed here.

 

COA Service Area Focus: Hamilton County

 

You can't miss Elizabeth's winning smile. Thanks to the Hamilton County Elderly Services Program, she is able to remain in her Loveland home. Read her story here.

 

To learn how the Elderly Services Program helps older adults stay in their homes as they age, click here.

 

COA Service Area Focus: Warren County

 

After a successful pilot, FastTrack Home is now a permanent program in Warren County

FastTrack Home (FTH) provides services such as homemaking, meals, transportation and care management when they are needed most - as an older adult leaves the hospital or nursing home. And now, FTH is available in Warren County. Just ask Mary and her daughter Lisa. Read their story here.

 

COA Service Area Focus: Clermont County

 

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