National Council on Aging

We’re a respected national leader and trusted partner to help people aged 60+ meet the challenges of aging. We partner with nonprofit organizations, government, and business to provide innovative community programs and services, online help, and advocacy. Contact Information Contact: Jeri GithioraPhone: 571-527-3900 Email: contactus@ncoa.orgWebsite: http://www.ncoa.org Mailing Address:251 18th Street SouthArlington, VA 22202

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Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled

The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) has been aggressively working since 1984 to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society. You may want to contact CORD if: You want to learn more about your disabled child’s educational rights; You…

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Tisbury Council on Aging

Multi-service senior center providing programs and referrals. Programs include fitness and exercise like yoga and tai chi; diabetes support group; food stamps (SNAP) and fuel assistance program enrollment; discount VTA bus pass enrollment; AARP-trained volunteer tax assistance; home medical supplies; short-term respite for caregivers for time and help with errands and shopping, etc.; elder companion…

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Counseling Outreach and Referral for the Elderly (CORE)

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Counseling Outreach and Referral for the Elderly (CORE)┬áprogram works with at -risk and mostly home-bound elders in the community. The program responds to referrals from the Island’s Councils on Aging, First Stop, VNA, physicians and other professionals as well as self-referrals. CORE’s goal is to meet the needs of those who…

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Oak Bluffs Council on Aging

The Oak Bluffs Council on Aging’s primary mission is to promote and provide programs and services that foster dignity, independence, and┬álife long learning for elderly citizens. The OBCOA offers the opportunity to meet with professionals by appointment through regularly held programs: Hearing Clinic Pedi-Care Foot Clinic Public Health Clinic SHINE/Health Insurance Counseling Social Security Videoconference…

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Up-Island Council on Aging

Provides social, educational and cultural services to people 55 years of age and older to meet specific needs and interests. Up-Island Council on Aging programs include: Health Maintenance Free Monthly Blood Pressure Checks Health Talks Podiatry Clinic Annual Flu Shot Health Promotion Visits Medical Equipment available for use on a free-loan basis. Stretchercise – Gentle…

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Edgartown Council on Aging

Mission Statement: To meet the needs of Edgartown seniors while promoting vital aging, growing older with dignity, independence and health. The Edgartown Council on Aging, known as the Anchors, provides health and wellness programs, information and referral, recreation and social programs, outreach, and volunteer opportunities. The outreach worker is available for an appointment at the…

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ECOA Memory Screenings

Memory screenings help identify potential memory problems which may need more extensive evaluation. They also provide education and reassurance to those with mild age-associated changes who may otherwise worry they have a dementia. Screenings take 20 minutes and are confidential. Screenings do not include a formal diagnosis but rather provide an indication if symptoms of…

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