Many of our services are open to residents of any community age 60 and over. If you have questions about your eligibility, please call us.
Sections on this page:
- Transportation Services
- Congregate Meals
- Outreach Services
- Trip Program
- Chore File
- Safe at Home Program
- Monthly Newsletter
- Annual Programs and Events
- Safe at Home
- CPA Awarded Mini-Grant from the Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership
Through a partnership with Senior Transportation Connection services are available to eligible riders. A fare modification system is in place to ensure access for older adults with limited income. Destinations include local shopping, individual health care and other appointments, and to and from agency programming. Registration is required prior to using this service.
Each weekday, a congregate meal is offered in one or more of the communities served by the agency. Those 60 and over of any community may make reservations for the meal (reservations are taken by phone no later than Wednesday at 5:00 for the following week’s meals) by calling (216) 650-4029.
Licensed Social Workers provide in-home visits to people 60 and older who may benefit from assistance, or who have questions or concerns about matters affecting their physical, social, financial, or emotional well-being or independence. After determining if ongoing help is needed, you, and your family, if you wish, can be referred for ongoing services.
Other services offered through Outreach include the administration of Ohio Benefits Bank (to determine eligibility for discounts and entitlement programs); Healthy IDEAS (for management of depression) program; information and referral; education; consultation; supportive counseling; and support with life transitions and decision making.
Homemaker staff employed by the agency provide assistance to those unable to perform routine housekeeping tasks. Priority is given to those who do not have others who can assist them, who have health issues, or who are unable to pay for private services. Service is approximately two hours every two weeks. Service can include linen changing, dusting, vacuuming and other light housekeeping tasks.
Active adults 55 and over from any community are welcome to participate in one or multi-day trips to a variety of destinations. Trips are planned to provide comfortable travel to exciting and educational destinations, along with companionship and lasting memories.
A variety of exercise classes, wellness opportunities; AARP Drivers Safety and Matter of Balance classes; educational programs; entertainment, art and cultural programs; and social groups are offered daily according to the calendar of events contained within the agency’s monthly newsletter. All programs, classes and events are open to the public, although registration may be required.
Offering opportunities to engage in meaningful activity by volunteering or receiving volunteer services are a focus of this program. Our volunteer coordinator will work with those in need of services to determine their needs. She will also work with potential volunteers to learn about their skills, life experiences and interests so that a successful match can occur. Volunteers assist with a wide range of projects including serving on committees, clerical work; escorting trips; assisting with agency programs; minor home repairs; offering friendly visits; cleaning yards; assisting with trash or recycling removal; and much more. See the Volunteer Opportunities page if you wish to offer volunteer services.
When an older resident of our communities needs help around the hose, they can make use of the list of skilled chore people available in our office. The list is compiled from references and referrals from other seniors so that you can feel more comfortable using services. Names of service-people are provided to callers when a request for chore information is received.
Safe at Home Program
If you are someone who needs grab bars, hand rails or other minor modifications to your home in order to remain independent, consider applying for our Safe at Home program. Applications are available here or from one of our office locations.
The program offers older adult homeowners in member cities access to both durable medical equipment and dollars that will enable those of lower income or face other barriers to apply for and receive tools and equipment that will assist in adapting their homes for comfort and safety.
The tools and equipment may include (but are not limited to): grab bars for showers, baths and other transitional areas; transition strips; motion detector lights; carpet stretching; light bulbs; flashlights; batteries; radios; shower chairs; hand-held shower faucets and more; hand rails; and other items determined to be needed.
The Safe At Home Program is administered by a Community Partnership on Aging Social Worker and will include a home assessment as well as an application with income and asset verification. Additionally, Safe At Home utilizes local businesses and contractors for purchase and installation of the equipment, which will, in turn, assist in boosting the local economy. Click this link to access the Safe at Home application.
Our Community Partnership on Aging News is published monthly and contains current information on events, programs and the daily menu. It is available at our offices, lunch sites, community centers, city halls and at various locations throughout the community, as well as on the agency website at www.communitypartnershiponaging.com. For a small subscription fee, the newsletter can be mailed to your home. If you would like the CPA newsletter mailed, send a check for $9.00 to Community Partnership on Aging at our main office at 1370 Victory Dr., South Euclid, Ohio 44121. Make sure you reference the newsletter subscription on your check.
Annual Programs and Events
Watch for the following annual programs and events:
AARP Tax Aide Assistance (February – April)
Senior Day at Brush (April)
Volunteer Luncheon (May)
Annual Luncheon and Movie Day in honor of Older Americans Month (May)
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (Late June – July)
Complex Home Repairs (Applications due in April for summer work.)
Memory Screenings (November)
Medicare Open Enrollment (Mid October – Early December)
Food Assistance Programs
In addition to a variety of meal options for older adults, Community Partnership on Aging offers the following:
- Fresh Goods to Go
- Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program
- Commodity Supplemental Food Program
To find out if you or a loved one is eligible, call 216-291-3902, ext. 222.
Community Partnership on Aging Awarded Mini-Grant from the Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership!
The mini-grant will be used for installation of additional home safety equipment in the homes of older adult residents of our communities, PR/marketing and awareness of the Safe at Home Program and the Home Safety Collaborative.
The Safe at Home Program is designed to reduce falls among older adults by installing safety equipment (such as a shower grab bar), providing home environmental assessments and a durable medical equipment loan program for independently-living community members. Falls among older adults are preventable, yet are among the most serious of injuries, resulting in 2 hospitalizations every hour, and over $4 billion in direct medicals costs each year (in Ohio alone)!
To find out if you are eligible, or if your parent is eligible, for any component of the Safe at Home Program, please call a CPA social worker at (216) 291-3902 for South Euclid, Lyndhurst and Highland Heights, or (440) 442-2628 for Mayfield Heights and Mayfield Village.