The Council on Aging of Central Oregon (CoA) announced that the Washington Federal Foundation has awarded a $2,000 grant to help support CoA’s Meals on Wheels program. This funding will enable CoA to continue to provide home-delivered, nutritionally rich meals to older adults who are homebound. From July 2022 through June 2023, CoA delivered 90,195…Read More →
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Lack of access to affordable, healthy food and cost of living increases have significantly impacted the quality of life for many Central Oregon seniors living on fixed and limited incomes. Now more than ever, our programs are a lifeline. For some, the Council on Aging is their connection to the outside world, their advocates, and a friendly face in their lives.Not sure where to start?
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We offer several on-going food programs such as Meals on Wheels and various lunch events across the tri-county.Explore Our Nutrition Programs
Directions is the most comprehensive resource guide for older adults in Central Oregon. Our directory provides listings of supportive services, emergency contacts, financial and legal services, recreational and social opportunities, and much more.Download Our Resource Guide
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Our Caring Connections program matches volunteers with seniors who would appreciate a weekly phone call and camaraderie. Many people in the program have made new friends that have turned into lasting relationships.Learn More
Our trained SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance) counselors are hosting a Medicare Minute presentation on how to afford prescription drug costs. It is free...
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How Spammers Get Your Email Address
In today’s digital age, email has become an important part of our lives. It’s the primary mode of personal communication. With the convenience of email, it’s no surprise that spammers have found ways to exploit it. That “foreign Prince” who will send you millions of dollars if you wire him a smaller amount first? That…Read More →
Can Memory Issues Reverse Course? Positively!
Reposted from the Yale School of Public Health Recent research shows that if your memory is fading, a positive attitude about aging might reverse that decline. Older people who experience a common type of memory loss known as mild cognitive impairment (MCI) are 30% more likely to reverse the situation if they have “taken in…Read More →