Access Resources and Services to Stay Connected as You Age

Written by Lisa Kruse, Communications Specialist, Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio and Joe Armstrong, Content Specialist, Downtown Main Library

There’s so much to learn as we age! Visit the Walnut Hills Branch Library on April 9 from 2-4 p.m. to get connected to programs, services, and resources that can help you or a loved one live life to its fullest - and on your terms! 

Event Details

Learn from the Pros 

Hosted by the Council on Aging, opens a new window, this event brings together experts from around Cincinnati and Hamilton County who will share services and resources focused on staying connected as you age.

“The practical knowledge older adults and caregivers will learn from the day is sure to help navigate the sometimes-confusing aging process,” says Lisa Kruse, Outreach Event Coordinator.

Council on Aging, opens a new window

Talk with us about programs, services, and benefits that can help you be independent in your home and stay connected to your community. Find out if you are eligible!

Pro Seniors, opens a new window and the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office, opens a new window

  • Fraud is everywhere and scammers are trying new tactics every day - tactics aimed at older adults. Information is power! Experts from ProSeniors and the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office will share information to help prevent you from becoming a victim.

Hamilton County Emergency Management &, opens a new window Homeland Security Agency

What would you do if you needed to shelter in place at home for days without electricity? Learn why it is especially important for older adults to be prepared in an emergency - and ways to do it.

Cincinnati Recreation Commission, opens a new window

You’re always at an appropriate age to have fun! And fun is just what CRC offers. Learn about events designed for older adults through Cincinnati Recreation Centers.

The Center for Closing the Health Gap, opens a new window

Health challenges affect everyone - no matter the color of their skin. It’s often necessary to advocate for yourself, but not easy to do. Learn how The Center for Closing the Health Gap can help.

View more events for seniors hosted across CHPL’s 41 library locations on our event calendar, opens a new window.