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Safe Senior Transportation in Indianapolis

Way2Go Transportation Adapts to Continue Serving Seniors

During the COVID-19 pandemic, CICOA’s senior transportation service, Way2Go, has remained on the front line, implementing “new norms” to our work routine and establishing new protocols to ensure passenger and driver safety. The first of these new measures was to...
Home Delivered Meals for Seniors in Central Indiana

Meals & More Feeds Seniors in Time of Need

Meals & More is a much needed and valued service of CICOA. We generally serve over 1,600 seniors a month via our home-delivered meal option and 875 seniors a month via the commodity box program. By the end of March,...
CICOA Staff at Safe at Home Event

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Matter at CICOA

As diversity, equity and inclusion have taken center stage in our national discourse in recent weeks, my thoughts have been focused on how to be more intentional about these core values at CICOA and how to enhance them as we...
Tamia Monroe

Sticking to Core Values

One thing I have cherished about CICOA in my first six months with the agency is its core values, because they are similar to my own. In particular, I appreciate that we pride ourselves on diversity and inclusion. I have...
91-year-old woman survives COVID

91-year-old woman survives COVID

“She is titanium,” Gregory Porter says of 91-year-old mom who survived COVID. CICOA supporting nearly 300 clients believed to have had coronavirus Sidney Carmen Porter is a fighter. How else do you describe a 91-year-old woman who survives pneumonia, a...
Caregiver staying connected during COVID-19

5 Ways to Reduce Caregiver Loneliness During COVID-19

Caregiving can be a lonely experience at any time, and with increased social isolation imposed by coronavirus, caregivers may feel even more disconnected from the outside world. What are some things that caregivers, their friends and family can do to...

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