For the most recent public statement, from CEO, Cindy Gramke, click 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.
When you’re in the middle of fighting a pandemic, it is important to stop and look for the good in the world. We at Clermont Senior Services have had a front row seat to some amazing community support. This is the story of how cookies made a difference. Girl
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,
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
The International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations (UN) launched the first World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) on June 15, 2006 in an effort to unite communities around the world in raising awareness about elder abuse. WEAAD serves
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.
Total Quality Logistics (TQL), recently held an event at their Eastgate office that enabled their employees to give back. Among other projects, TQL employees painted and planted flower pots for our customers in the Adult Day Care program. Flower pots were delivered and customers were able to take them
The year was 1912 – the Titanic tragically sunk, Woodrow Wilson became the 28th United States President, Fenway Park opened and Margaret Fulton was born. It is a rare occasion to have the opportunity to sit down to speak with someone who is 105 years young, but that is
Clermont Senior Services is proud to announce the Patricia A. Scherer Caregiver Award. Mrs. Scherer was a close friend to our Founder, Lois Brown Dale and she was instrumental in the formation of the first-ever, caregiver support group, that still exists today. Pat was celebrated at the 2016
Larry was a runner, he enjoyed a very active lifestyle until he had a stroke. In Larry’s words, that stroke changed his whole life. He shared with us, “When the abilities we have on a daily basis are suddenly stripped away from us, life can take on a whole
Clermont Senior Services Customer, Larry McCain, was chosen to participate in the upcoming United Way of Great Cincinnati Campaign Advertisements! Click below to see Larry’s video. In an effort to highlight the needs of the Greater Cincinnati community, The United Way chose people from various walk of Life to speak about
The Clermont Senior Services, Annual Meeting was held April 27, at the Lois Brown Dale Welcome Center. The evening began with a welcome message from Cindy Gramke, Clermont Senior Services, CEO. A delicious dinner followed, catered by, Golden Rule. Outgoing Chairman of the Board, Bob Manning, reflected on 2016
Clermont Senior Services recently recognized volunteers from the community, for their work serving the older adult population in Clermont County. Volunteers are a vital part of the Clermont Senior Services agency; in fact, nearly 80% of the Meals on Wheels delivered within the County are delivered by volunteers. The
It is always a pleasure to hear how lives have been changed because of the staff and volunteers at Clermont Senior Services. Changing a life may mean instilling confidence in someone with something as simple as the installation of a hand rail. That was the case with the following
Starting the first week in February, AARP volunteers will be on-hand to process your 2013 tax return. Please bring a copy of your previous year’s tax record, all applicable state and federal forms, and appropriate documents to determine income and expenses.