|OAAAA Members &
All twelve Area Agencies on Aging, each covering
several counties, are members of the organization.
The OAAAA Board of Directors is composed of the
Director from each AAA. Standing committees meet
regularly, bringing policy recommendations to the
Board. When considering issues that influence the
aging network, OAAAA determines the best course of
action based on what will enhance the quality of
life for the elderly.
The Association provides the following services
to its members:
- Advocacy - OAAAA is involved with
federal and state initiatives, maintaining
dialogue with elected officials regarding the
needs of older Ohioans.
- Training - An annual conference with
informative workshops, Annual Advocacy in
Action Event and Aging in Ohio
Orientation are offered to provide AAA and
aging network staff with essential components of
quality program development.
- Communications - Information on
pertinent aging issues and events is collected
by the Association and disseminated to AAAs and
- Public Relations - OAAAA actively
participates with many other aging-related
groups and committees to enhance statewide
coordination efforts and promote the AAA