For the most recent public statement, from CEO, Cindy Gramke, click HERE.
The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati is providing many helpful online presentations in the coming weeks. Most recently, the Association facilitated a fantastic presentation for Clermont Senior Services, in which they focused on keys to a healthy brain and body. Future presentations can be found on their website HERE.
Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) yesterday announced a free, daily check-in by phone service for Ohio’s older residents to ensure their well-being amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency and beyond. The program was announced during Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s daily news conference.
We realize the devastating effects social isolation can have on our mental and physical health during times like these. Even though our Lifelong Learning Centers and our Adult Day Care are closed, we’re continuing to develop new and exciting ways to stay connected. Every Tuesday and Thursday, the customers
The VA has compiled a fact sheet for their members, that outlines procedures for Veterans when making an in-person visit to a VA facility. See that information here.
In an effort to protect the health and well being of our most vulnerable friends, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 Senior Living Expo and Consumer Protection Forum. This event will not be rescheduled in 2020, but will return in the spring of 2021. Event
Clermont Senior Services Emergency Pantry is available to provide non-perishable food and essential personal care items. Please call 513-724-1255 for more information. Clermont Senior Services Pantry Needs Clermont Senior Services COVID-19 Response Clermont Senior Services Virtual Classes Food Pantry List Interparish Ministry (513)561-3932 3509 Debolt Road Cincinnati,
In observance of Veterans Day, many activities were planned for the Veterans in the Adult Day program. The day of honor began with a trip to Busken Bakery in Eastgate. Customers were treated to donuts, pastries, and coffee, along with great conversation among friends. Upon returning from the outing,
The Ohio Development Services Agency wants to remind Ohioans that assistance is available to help with their home energy bills. The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps Ohioans at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines pay their heating bills. Applied directly to the customer’s utility or
It’s that time again! Christmas in October! We know, you must think we’re crazy, but we are VERY serious. Our Volunteer department is busy collecting wishlist’s from older adults and matching them with generous community members like you. Adopt-a-Senior is a signature Clermont Senior Services program, that provides Christmas
To celebrate national Coffee with a Cop Day, the customers at the Adult Day Center enjoyed a visit from several local officers from the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Traditionally, the first Wednesday in October brings men and women in uniform together with their communities to connect over a cup
Have you ever considered the benefits of Tai Chi? Yang Tai Chi movements are easy to learn, effective and safe. This style increases flexibility, muscle strength and mental activity, aligns posture, improves balance, and integrates the mind and body. David Best is bringing his very popular Tai Chi class
Through a grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati and the Carol M. Peterson Housing Fund, the Home Repair department of Clermont Senior Services (CSS), provided major renovations for one CSS customer. As noticed in the photos, the restroom in the customer’s home was in dire need
Employees at Siemens love to give back, and the company is sure to provide them with that opportunity! On May 15th, a group of Siemens staff members arrived at the home of a Clermont Senior Services customer who was in desperate need of yard work and window washing. The
The 2019 Senior Living Expo, presented by, Superior Care Plus, was a great success! Over 200 people attended this popular, annual event, where they were able to obtain resources for everyday living. In addition to visiting with vendors, guests had the opportunity to listen to a panel of experts
It was a great day for Mrs. Macintosh, as she rode along with Officer Dickens, of the Amelia Police Department. Riding with an officer has been something Mrs. Macintosh has been looking forward to for a long time, and this ride along did not disappoint. The local law enforcement