Council On Aging Of Southwestern Ohio
Council On Aging Of Southwestern Ohio
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About this organization
Mission: Council on Aging's mission is to enhance the lives of adults by assisting them to remain independent at home through a range of quality services. Vision: Every senior adult in our region shall have a choice and a range of services and programs that will assist them to remain independent in their chosen environment.
"Community-based In-home Services - Our programs make it possible for frail older adults and individuals of all ages with disabilities to remain independent in their homes and avoid unnecessary hospitalization and nursing home placement. Long-term care services include Meals on Wheels, medical transportation, homemaking help, personal care (bathing and grooming), medical equipment, home modification and more. In FFY 2019, we served more than 26,000 individuals in our multi-county region with home and community-based services, including those helped through Ohio Medicaid waiver programs and via county tax levy programs in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties. Medicaid waiver programs include PASSPORT (in-home care for ages 60+); Assisted Living waiver (assisted living care for ages 21+); Ohio Home Care Waiver (in-home care for ages 59 and under); Specialized Recovery Services Program (specialized support for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, certain diagnosed chronic health conditions, or who are active on a transplant waiting list); and MyCare Ohio waivers (coordinated care for individuals who are dually-eligible for Medicare and Medicaid).In-home care is preferred by more than 90 percent of seniors, according to surveys by AARP and other organizations. In addition, the cost for in-home care is, on average, about one-third the cost of care in a nursing home. Because taxpayers fund most nursing home care (via Medicaid), in-home care alternatives are a valuable and compassionate way to save public funds.
Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing
The mission of the non-profit, as stated in the filing, is “To enhance the lives of adults by assisting them to remain independent at home through a range of quality services.”.
When referring to its tasks, they were described as: “To enhance the lives of adults by assisting them to remain independent at home through a range of quality services.”.
- The non-profit is operating legally in the state of OH.
- The non-profit's address for the year 2017 is listed as 175 Tri County Parkway, Cincinnati, OH, 45246 in the filing.
- The form submitted by the non-profit organization for 2017 reports 353 employees.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is $1,839,672.
- The organization has 15 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 1971.
- The organization pays $18,381,182 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $276 in fundraising expenses.
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