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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

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News & Upcoming Events

Ticket Sales for Senior Days on the General Jackson Start February 12 at 8 am. 
Each May, COA joins Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency and Greater Nashville Regional Council Area Agency on Aging to celebrate Older American's Month with Senior Days on the General Jackson.  Two thousand local seniors (from Davidson and surrounding counties) board the General Jackson Showboat for a lunch cruise at a reduce cost of just $28 per ticket, made possible by local business sponsors.  2014 Senior Days on the General Jackson will be May 12, 13, and 14. If you would like information about ticket sales, please click here or call our office (353-4235).  We are currently seeking business sponsors that wish to support this great event and get their business in front of 2,000 local seniors.
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Instructional Video Helps Family & Friends Safely Transport Older Adults .  With the help of Belmont University's School of Occupational Therapy and Resolve TV, COA is excited to release an informational video that provides practical guidance on how to safely assist an older adult in and out of a vehicle, including guidance on helping with an individual who uses an assistive device, such as a walker or wheelchair.  •Learn More & View the Video

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Beware of Home Repair Scams this Spring Happy Spring!!  With the start of warmer weather, seniors need to be aware of potential scams related to home repairs.  Here are some examples of scam pitches: “We’ll give ...
    Posted Mar 25, 2014, 9:21 AM by Amanda Chiavini
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