The Buckeye Hills Regional Council Aging & Disability Division’s Mission is to advocate for and educate older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers and promote long-term care choices and consumer protection so they can take advantage of opportunities that enable them to maintain wellness, independence and dignity.
Pubic Notice: Heightened Scrutiny Packages for Public Comment
Pursuant to federal regulations, the Ohio Department of Aging is accepting comments on eight settings being submitted to CMS for heightened scrutiny review. The settings are new providers seeking to provide services. Comment period closes July 15, 2018. Learn more and how you can submit comments.
- Services & Programs
- Download Our Community Referral Form
- Watch a quick video!
- Download a General Aging brochure
Since 1974, Buckeye Hills has served the region as one of Ohio’s twelve Area Agencies on Aging. (AAA8). Buckeye Hills is also the designated Southeast Ohio Aging & Disability Resource Network (ADRN), ensuring that consumers get the right services, at the right time, in the right setting. The ADRN network provides resources and services that support the needs of consumers, families and caregivers.
The professionals at Buckeye Hills are a trusted source for information and access to a full-range of available services, programs and options to help seniors and individuals with disabilities remain at home and in community-based settings.
To schedule an in-home, long-term care consultation to review available services and care options, call 1-800-331-2644.
Buckeye Hills is a member of:
The National Assoc. of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a)
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.