The Council on Aging for Henderson County provides and coordinates services to keep older adults living independently.
Since 1969, we’ve been providing a wealth of services to folks over age 60, their families and caregivers. While some seniors may never require one of our programs, many will come to rely on our help at some point in their lives. More Americans are living much longer than ever before and, as Baby Boomers retire, the need for our services will be greater than ever.
We hope this website will be your guide to discovering the many services, programs and resources we offer to older adults in the community. We also hope this site will encourage you to get involved in helping the elderly in Henderson County.
Tell Us Your Story
We want to hear from you! Click here to ask us your questions and tell us your stories about aging independently at home.
Volunteers Keep Us Going
A nonprofit organization such as the Council on Aging is only as strong as its volunteers make it.
We’ve been relying on folks like you — people who want to help make a difference, who have some extra time available, who might know others who’ve benefitted from Council on Aging services — ever since we were incorporated in 1969. Read more…