Council On Aging Update/News

November 18, 2021



Council on Aging Update

November 2021



Support COA's $50 for 50 Years campaign

The giving season is upon us, and #GivingTuesday kicks it off on Nov. 30. This is a very important time of year for non-profits, but especially for COA this year as we mark our 50th anniversary in December. To celebrate our 50 years of service to the community and to help us fill in gaps in care for those we serve, we are excited to announce our $50 for 50 Years donation campaign! We couldn't have been successful for the last 50 years without the support of our community, and we hope you'll consider giving $50 (or any amount) to help us continue serving a growing population.


Read more about the campaign and how you can participate.


Click here to read about our rich, 50-year history.


COA recognized as Agency of the Year by NASW-OH Region 6

COA has been named the National Association of Social Workers Ohio Chapter Region 6 2021 Agency of the Year. The award honors agencies that best exemplify social work values in the field, using best practices to make positive change in their communities. Read more.


We have openings on our Advisory Council

Council on Aging is seeking members for its Advisory Council, which plays a critical role in COA's mission to enhance people's lives by assisting them to remain independent through a range of quality services. Read more here.



Looking for a career in HR or Care Management? Look to COA!

If you are looking for a job in Human Resources where you’ll gain skills in the profession and work with a team eager to share their experience, COA is seeking a hard-working team player for our open Human Resources Associate position. We also are seeking licensed social workers for Care Management positions in several of our programs and are offering a $2,000 signing bonus to hired Care Managers. Learn more about these and other open positions, and apply to join our team on our website.



If you or someone you know has benefitted from COA, please share your experience with others, so they will be encouraged to reach out to us for help. There are three easy things you can do:

·    Click here to leave a review on Facebook.

·    Click here to leave a review on Google.

·    Contact us to share kudos or write a letter of support.



Protect yourself and others...get a flu shot!

It may be hard to think about flu season when the COVID-19 pandemic is still very much on our minds, but it is important that everyone - especially older adults - get a flu shot this year.


People 65 years and older are at higher risk of developing serious complications from flu, compared with young, healthy adults. Click here to learn more.

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