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COA In-Home Services Achieves Re-accreditation with ACHC
COA In-Home Services Achieves Re-accreditation with ACHC Daytona Beach, FL - COA In-Home Services proudly announces its renewal of accreditation status by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for personal care services in Volusia County. Achieving accreditation is a process where healthcare org... Read More

Community Legal Services Program on Elder Issues
Community Legal Services Program on Elder Issues COA New Smyrna Senior Activity Center to host Community Legal Services presentation Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. Elder Abuse Flyer   Read More

June 15th is Elder Abuse Awareness Day
June 15th is Elder Abuse Awareness Day Join us as part of the effort to bring awareness to the issue of Elder Abuse. News Release on Gov. Rick Scott's proclamation With years of experience as the Court Appointed Guardian to many seniors through the 7th Judicial Circuit Court system, COA... Read More

Healthy Eating for Deltona Seniors- 5 Tips for Keeping a Well-Balanced Diet as You Age
Healthy Eating for Deltona Seniors- 5 Tips for Keeping a Well-Balanced Diet as You Age As the old saying goes, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away!” It’s important for everyone—from the young to the young at heart—to maintain a healthy diet, but we need to make sure that our Deltona seniors are eating balanced and nutritious meal... Read More

Lydeckers Make A Big Splash for COA
Lydeckers Make A Big Splash for COA 13th Annual Glenn & Connie Ritchey Community Awards Event Made a Big Splash for COA Daytona Beach, FL – On May 12, 2017, the 13th Annual Glenn & Connie Ritchey Community Service Award Banquet honored Chris and Charlie Lydecker. Th... Read More

New Smyrna Beach Seniors & Pets: The Benefits of Having a Furry Friend
New Smyrna Beach Seniors & Pets: The Benefits of Having a Furry Friend They don’t call them “man’s best friend” for nothing! And since May is National Pet Month, we want to put the spotlight on our favorite, furry friends. A dog or cat can transform anyone’s life, but New Smyrna Beach seniors, in particular, can ben... Read More

A 95th Birthday Celebration
A 95th Birthday Celebration On May 1, 2017, Mayor Jim Hathaway stopped by the COA Senior Activity Center to help us celebrate the 95th birthday of Ted Barbaro. Ted, a World War II Veteran, said he is glad he will be 95 only once! As a World War II Veteran, Ted's biography is be... Read More

Celebrating COA's 50th Anniversary
Celebrating COA's 50th Anniversary Recently, Deb Denys, Vice Chair and District 3 representative on the Volusia County Council, stopped by our COA Senior Activity Center in New Smyrna Beach to celebrate our 50th Anniversary. Photo shown is Deb Denys with Dave Lynn, FPL and Immedi... Read More

Respite Service Daytona Beach
Respite Service Daytona Beach At COA, we understand that for an adult child, taking care of your aging parent who is suffering from early-stage dementia can be one of the most stressful jobs that you will ever take on. Although you want to always be there for your loved one—su... Read More

Dancing Through The Decades
Dancing Through The Decades The dancing hasn’t stopped! A sold-out crowd of over 425 “active adults” filled the ballroom at The Ocean Center in September 2016 to raise money in support of COA (Council on Aging), the lead non-profit agency caring for seniors in... Read More

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