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Welcome to the Council on Aging of Greater Nashville - Identifying Needs. Finding Solutions.

95 White Bridge Road • Suite 114 • Nashville, TN • 37205 • PH. 615-353-4235

Recent Publications

2013-14 Directory of Services for Seniors.
  This 250 page publication is an impartial, comprehensive resource guide providing guidance to older adults about the services and resources available in Middle Tennessee.  • Learn More • Browse the Online Director of Services for Seniors by clicking on the picture.

COA Annual Report
COA's 2013 Annual Report.
  COA is tackling the issues of elder abuse, grandparents raising grandchildren, and other important challenges impacting Middle TN's older adults. •Learn More

A New Resource for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.
COA is excited to announce the release Empowering Grandparents: A Guide for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. The goal of this booklet is to empower grandparents by providing them with the knowledge and resources to meet the challenges and responsibilities in "parenting grandchildren." •Learn More

Aging & Caring:  Things Families Need to Know updated Details

Support COA

Your support is vital to our success.  Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Council on Aging.

COA processes payments and donations through a PayPal secure service to better protect our customer's private payment details.  A PayPal account is NOT required.  You can use any major credit card.  If you are uncomfortable using PayPal, please send a check, payable to COA, to 95 White Bridge Road, Suite 114, Nashville, TN 37205. 

News & Upcoming Events

2014 Sage Awards Honorees Announced!
COA is excited to announce that May Dean Eberling, Sharon W. Hurt, and Jim and Hilda McGregor will be honored with a Sage Award. Please mark your calendars for the Sage Awards Patrons' Reception on Tuesday, September 16 and for the  Sage Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 30.  Learn More

COA's Discover Programs Offer a Hands-On Educational Experience.
Over the course of 6 program days, COA's Discover Programs (Discover Nashville and Discover Franklin) allow those 55+ to learn about their community and ways to engage in meaningful volunteer service.  Discover Nashville is held twice a year, each fall and spring, and Discover Franklin is held each summer.  Contact our office (615-353-4235) or email to be notified of future sessions. •Learn More

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Scam of the Month - September 2014 - Con Artists' Top Ten Phrases Con Artists' Top Ten Phrases The Top Ten Phrases Used by Con Artists:   CASH ONLY      Why is cash necessary for a proposed transaction? Why not a check?   SECRET PLANS      Why ...
    Posted Sep 3, 2014, 8:36 AM by Victoria Webb
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Aging Issues Blog

Recent Announcements

  • All Aging is Local Blog contribution by Beverly S. Patnaik President Council on Aging of Greater Tennessee     The Council on Aging of Greater Nashville has a tremendous opportunity to respond to the changing landscape ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2014, 11:54 AM by Amanda Chiavini
  • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren – 9 Ways To Start This is part of a new blog series from The Council on Aging of Greater Nashville. Each post is an excerpt from our library of publications that focus on issues ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2014, 12:53 PM by Amanda Chiavini
  • Long Term Care – To Insure or Not to Insure? By: Valida Burks, State Farm Insurance, COA Board of DirectorsUnfortunately like most things there are various opinions about the need for Long Term Care Insurance.  I read a recent ...
    Posted Apr 28, 2014, 7:49 AM by Amanda Chiavini
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