The Lake County Council on Aging of Ohio offers programs for those age 60 and over including: Information and Referral, Social Work Services, Meals on Wheels, In-Home Safety, Homemaker Services, and much more. Our non-profit agency is also an Aging and Disability Resource Center, serving individuals with disabilities who are age 18 and over. View our Service Directory Brochure.
The Lake County Council on Aging is OPEN!
Due to pandemic restrictions, here’s what to expect when visiting us:
Here’s what to expect:
EAST AVENUE BUILDING:
Clients will be permitted to enter the main lobby on East Avenue, and additionally meet with staff, preferably on a pre-appointment basis. Appointments may be made by calling (440) 205-8111.
MASKS: All visitors to the Council on Aging offices will be required to wear a mask IF they have not been fully vaccinated. Those who are full vaccinated may enter the building with no mask.
IN OFFICE APPOINTMENTS: When meeting with a staff member of the Council on Aging, clients will have the option to request that a mask be worn by the employee.
Congregate Meal “Lunch Places” are open in ALL nutrition sites.
Reservations must be made by the Wednesday the week before by calling or visiting the nutrition site.
Home Delivered Meals (Meals on Wheels) is delivering a hot meal to clients Monday through Friday in ALL areas.
For those interested in receiving Meals on Wheels who are 60 and older, live in Lake County, Ohio, have difficulty preparing meals, are unable to attend a congregate Lunch Place and have limited or no support to obtain and prepare food, please call 440-205-8111 to sign up.
The Lake County Council on Aging is honored to once again participate in the Subaru of America, Inc.’s annual Share the Love Event to help raise critical funds needed to support our local seniors. Funds received from this event by the Council on Aging have assisted in serving approximately 800 meals a day to homebound seniors.
When you buy or lease a new Subaru this holiday season, we hope you’ll choose Meals on Wheels as the recipient of a $250 donation. Since 2008, Subaru’s Share the Love Event has helped deliver more than 2.5 million meals to seniors served by Meals on Wheels. Subaru and its retailers support Meals on Wheels because it is part of their commitment to leaving the world a better place than they found it through the core values of trust and love.
Learn more about this outstanding event by going to www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org/sharethelove.
Help the Lake County Council on Aging ensure that No Senior Goes Hungry!