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Community Partnership on Aging


Support older adults in maintaining independence by completing minor home maintenance jobs such as changing lightbulbs, fixing jammed locks, repairing loose cabinet doors, painting trim, etc. Excluded services include plumbing and electrical work as well as project that require anything beyond the reach of a step ladder.

Key Duties:

  • Evaluate feasibility of home maintenance requests inside or outside of client's home
  • Advise homeowner and/or CPA staff of supplies that need to be purchased
  • Complete appropriate home maintenance projects


  • True comfort with and sincere desire to assist older adults
  • Skilled in basic home maintenance; plumbing and electrical work are not permitted
  • Ability to determine best method to safely complete repair/upkeep project
  • Must provide own basic tools; client or agency will provide needed supplies
  • Comfortable engaging with those with differing opinions and/or lifestyles

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About Community Partnership on Aging


1370 Victory Dr., South Euclid, PA 44121, US

Mission Statement

The Community Partnership on Aging is committed to improving lives through programs and services that support independence, community involvement and well being.


For over 40 years the Community Partnership on Aging has serving older adults in Cleveland's eastern suburbs . Originally started as the Tri-City Consortium on Aging, as our client base grew, our name changed too. Currently, CPA provide programs and services to residents of 6 cities: Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Richmond Heights and South Euclid.

Helping resident remain independent is a primary focus of CPA. Our social workers help residents deal with the factors that impact independence by providing information, referrals and likes to resources for a wide range of services. From home maintenance, to housekeeping to transportation and safety issues, CPA offers an arrange of programs and services to address these needs.

We also promote community involvement through by inviting residents to volunteer in the community, and to become active members of their community, participating in community sponsored events.

Well-being is enhanced through our nutrition services, social opportunities, daily programming, fitness & exercise classes and health education opportunities.

Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


1370 Victory Dr.South Euclid, OH 44121



  • Elder care
  • Home Repair
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Flexible based on volunteers availability. Typically 1 -2 hours a month.

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