Our Services

COA offers a range of services to Volusia County seniors–from vibrant Senior Center activities, meal delivery, and reassurance phone calls to In-Home care, Respite Care, and Guardianship. Services are either grant-and donation- funded, which means they are provided at no cost or low-cost to those who qualify, or they can be provided on a private pay basis.

Services

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In-Home Services

The mission of Council on Aging of Volusia County is to enrich the lives of our most vulnerable elderly citizens by ..

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Senior Centers and Dining Sites

Our four senior centers are teeming with high energy activities. Open year-round, you can pick up some new dance steps, sharpen..

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Meals on Wheels

One in four seniors lives alone, and nearly 9.5 million seniors in America are threatened by hunger. Here in Volusia County..

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PetMeals on Wheels

One in four seniors lives alone, and nearly 9.5 million seniors in America are threatened by hunger. Here in Volusia County..

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Guardianship

Due to circumstances such as geographical distance, work, demands at home, or health issues, family members are..

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Respite Care

Caregivers of those with early-stage dementia often need support managing their own time and taking care of their own...

Chore Services

COA provides light chore services to our elderly clients: installation of grab bars in bathrooms, small painting projects

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Telephone Reassurance

COA’s Telephone Reassurance program was started during the pandemic in order to check in with isolated seniors, assess or reassess

Medical Transportation

COA provides light chore services to our elderly clients: installation of grab bars in bathrooms, small painting projects

Grandparents as Parents

Grandparents acting as parents to their grandchildren need a little extra support. For six to eight weeks during the summer,

Other Assistance

Local seniors age 60 and older in need of support with depression, stress, addiction issues, family problems, or other issues

Additional COA Services

COA takes a holistic approach to caring for local seniors who need assistance in order to remain independent. In addition to our primary services listed above, we offer  Telephone Reassurance, Virtual Senior Center Activities, Adult Protective Services intervention, and PetMeals on Wheels (pet food for Meals on Wheels clients with furry loved ones). Current clients who live alone and receive In-Home Services are also provided with emergency alert alarms. 

Let Us Help You

As government funds are available, qualified seniors may be eligible for services at no charge or with a modest co-payment.

To see if you or your loved one qualifies, call COA at 386.253.4700 x 225 or email us