Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors (MKOSS) provides services such as transportation and meals to homebound senior citizens throughout the community.
Our outreach services support homebound senior citizens throughout the community. These services include providing transportation to community centers, to medical appointments, and to therapy visits. We also provide a volunteer-driven Meals on Wheels program that delivers over 300 meals each day to the homebound elderly in 17 communities.
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors serves Hamilton County residents in the following communities:
- Amberley Village
- Arlington Heights
- Blue Ash
- Camp Dennison
- Deer Park
- Forest Park
- Golf Manor
- Green Hills
- Indian Hill
- Kennedy Heights
- Lincoln Heights
- Mt. Healthy
- New Burlington
- Pleasant Run
- Springfield Township
- Sycamore Township
- Symmes Township
- Woodlawn Wyoming
Meals on Wheels
Our goal for Meals on Wheels is to help clients remain independent longer and with dignity.
Volunteers deliver thousands of meals through the Meals On Wheels program, Monday through Friday. As the elderly population continues to grow, so does the need for Meals on Wheels services in the Cincinnati suburbs. Fewer older adults are getting the nutrients they need to sustain healthy, productive lived. Whether it is dues to an inability to prepare meals, shop for groceries, or a lack of outside support, it is comforting to know assistance is available to them when they need it. The Meals on Wheels program expanded to serve an average of 265 clients per month with 72,986 meals throughout the year. Frozen meals are proved for weekends.
Meals are available on a donation or a private pay basis. To arrange home delivered meals, call (513) 686-1003 or email our Outreach Coordinator.
How does Meals on Wheels Work?
Our Savory Selects Clients will need to complete 5 brand New Menus and return them to MKOSS. We are required to submit your orders one week in advance. We know that some seniors find this difficult to do each week. Therefore, we request you to fill out 5 menus and we will assume the responsibility of rotating them on your behalf. You can change or update your menus at any time by mail or by calling us. By receiving your orders this way, we can be sure we send you the food you want without you having to turn in an order each week. We like to make things as easy as possible for our clients.
Why 5 Menus?
Sometimes there is a fifth week in a month. We only use the fifth week menu if necessary, but it’s easier for us to have this on file for you and helps you make sure you get food you like to eat.
If you want the same food delivered each week, that’s ok! Just fill out one menu and return it. If you only want to fill out two, that’s ok as well. The idea is that we will rotate whatever you give us so that we can make this service as easy as possible for you.
If you ever want to make any changes to your menu just give us a call. Please note, changes take at least one week to go in effect as we must have our orders to the caterer one week in advance.
If you need assistance in completing your menus, ask family members or friends for help. If do not have anyone to assist you, please contact us at 513.686.1003 and we will be glad to help out.
We hope having these choices will make your meals a little more enjoyable.
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors offers transportation Monday through Friday to medical appointments and specific non-medical locations. All appointments must be between 8:30am-2pm. Drivers WILL wait after 2pm to transport clients home.
A wheelchair accessible van is also available for those requesting assistance. All appointments need to be scheduled early and in advanced to help secure your appointment. MKOSS operates on a first come, first serve basis.
Make sure MKOSS can service your transportation needs
Information needed to schedule appointments:
Disclosure/information sheet filled out completely, signed and returned prior to first trip.
Date, time, full address,
doctor’s name/office and office number.
*MKCOSS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATOIN COMPANY.
Volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in community service and it can transform the life and dignity of our seniors and members. Volunteerism benefits both our community at large and the individual volunteer by strengthening trust, solidarity and reciprocity among citizens, and by purposefully creating opportunities for participation.
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors embraces volunteerism and recognizes volunteerism in its diversity as well as the values of engagement, commitment and solidarity that sustain it. Volunteering is a rewarding way to get involved, meet people and it’s fun! For more information on volunteer opportunities, call (513) 686-1010.
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors is Seeking Volunteers for:
- Home Delivered Meals driver
- Friendly Callers
- Handyman Services
- Wheelchair Walk assistants at Maple Knoll Village
- Create Your Own Opportunity
Village Home Health and Hospice
Village Home Health and Hospice is a joint venture between Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. and Jewish Home of Cincinnati. Both non-profit organizations have a long history of serving adults dating back to 1848. Village Home Health and Hospice was established to further the mission of both of these organizations. As Greater Cincinnati’s only non-profit Home Health and Hospice organization, our primary focus is where it should be…on our patients. We serve our patients wherever they call home and take pride in providing unsurpassed care to our community.