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.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont is offering FREE summer courses for adults over the age of 60, who have been an Ohio resident for 1 year or more. All classes available will be taught online. For more information, please contact Bill DeHass at Clermont Senior Services at 513-536-4058. The
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
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,
The Creative Quilters from the Union Township Lifelong Learning Center have been busy! Their second presentation of the week was made to the Union Township Fire Department. The quilts that were donated to the department will be used for those who made need a little extra comfort in difficult
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
The very billiards program at the Miami Township Lifelong Learning Center is very popular! Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 12-14 players meet to compete. In March, those players received a wonderful surprise! Watson’s of Cincinnati generously donated a brand new Brunswick pool table with all the accessories for their
Senior isolation is a growing problem in our world today. The effects that isolation can have, are staggering. Isolation increases the mortality, contributes to the risk of dementia, makes seniors more vulnerable to elder abuse, and is a major risk factor for depression. In a world of ever-increasing technological
Clermont Senior Services works hard to ensure our customers are safe in their homes, but it is also important to ensure that our customers receive interaction from others. This is accomplished in the home, through our Meals on Wheels program, Home Care program, Transportation program and our Volunteer program.
In our 5th episode of, Wisdom for the Ages, we speak with Patricia Faust, a Gerontologist specializing in the issues of brain aging, brain health, and brain function. The information in this podcast is just a brief overview of her more in-depth topics, such as, Your Brain on Aging,
There are still two brain health seminars planned, as part of our Education Series, sponsored by Peoples Bank. On August 14, learn about the 6 tenants of a healthy lifestyle that will keep your brain strong and resilient. You’ll learn the importance of: Physical exercise Mental stimulation Nutrition Socialization
Crossroads Church was the new site for the 2018 Senior Living Expo presented by Superior Care Plus and it did not disappoint! Approximately 200 attendees and 37 vendors were on site for a day full of great information, valuable resources, lively entertainment and a delicious lunch. Break-out sessions conducted by OSHIIP
Across the country, older Americans – a rapidly growing population – are taking part in activities that promote wellness and social connection. They are sharing their wisdom and experience with future generations, and they are giving back to make enrich their communities. They’re working and volunteering, mentoring and learning,
In this episode we chat with Brenda Dotson, Manager of the Lifelong Learning Centers, operated by Clermont Senior Services. We’ll discuss what senior centers used to look like and their evolution into the Lifelong Learning Centers that we know today. This is a great resource for people over the
The customers at the Miami Township Lifelong Learning Center enjoyed a festive, fun day at their Halloween Bash. Customers were treated to a chili lunch along with special treats provided by, American Modern Insurance Group. After lunch, costumed guests went on parade to show off their creativity and prizes