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Herman & Kittle employees volunteer at CICOA for holidays

Herman & Kittle Supports CICOA’s Holiday Assistance Program

Herman & Kittle Properties has been a valued partner with CICOA at the Nora Commons senior apartment complex for 10 years. While the Herman & Kittle team specializes in real estate development, construction and design, the organization makes a point...
Nancy Mummert

The Car Wreck that Changed Everything

When she was only 19 years old, Nancy Mummert lost her child, her ability to walk, and the ability to have children. Giving up, however, was not an option for her. The list of repercussions from the car wreck that...
CICOA CEO Tauhric Brown

CICOA Selects Tauhric Brown as New CEO

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions announced today that its board of directors has unanimously chosen Tauhric Brown as the nonprofit’s next president and chief executive officer, effective Jan. 6. Brown currently serves as the chief operating officer for Senior Services,...
New CICOA website

CICOA Launches New Website

CICOA is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website at The new site is faster, easier to navigate, and more mobile friendly, helping CICOA remain the premier source of information and access to resources for older...
stressed woman sitting on couch in front of Christmas Tree

Lowering Expectations: A Formula for Stress-Free Holidays

If you’ve never seen a toddler standing spellbound in front of television commercials during the holiday season, you’ve missed a very important life lesson. When my child was three, she’d turn around to her sister after each ad and shout,...
Noblesville Fire Department Dementia Friends Indiana

CICOA Partners With Homeland Security, Local Fire Departments to Educate First Responders About Dementia

Carmel, Noblesville become first fire departments in state to require dementia training First responders around Indiana, including firefighters, emergency medical technicians and police officers, are learning how to identify someone who may have dementia. They’re learning how body language, maintaining...

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