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Services for the Elderly

At Kershaw County Council on Aging (KCCOA), we understand the value of our senior community. We are proud to aid our seasoned and mature friends in their everyday lives to give them the opportunity to thrive. From ensuring they receive needed services to providing fun and active programs, Kershaw County Council on Aging leads the way to help make each day meaningful.


The original Kershaw County Council on Aging constitution states the organization's purpose is "to do the things that may be necessary, proper, or advantageous to promote the welfare of the aging population of Kershaw County." Today we hold ourselves to that standard to provide seniors with the best quality of life available. As our Vision states, KCCOA wants "To Build a Senior Community that Thrives!"

Home Cook
Happy Senior Couple
Elderly Woman at Gym

Our facilities in Bethune, Camden, and Lugoff are the place to be for our top of the line programs for seniors. We provide daily exercise, activities, and lunch to keep our community's most valuable members engaged every day. Some of our programs include:

  • A Matter of Balance – workshop teaching fall prevention

  • Walk with Ease – walking & stretching for health promotion

  • Meals On Wheels – nutrition service to homebound seniors

  • Transportation – to & from centers (as available)

Our activities are fun and engaging ways to spend the day too! Come by our facility in Camden for the following:

  • Card Games - Play classics with others who know them best

  • Bingo - The original five in a row game of the ages

  • Lunch - We provide healthy and balanced meals for everyone

  • Exercise - Every morning to help keep seniors active and strong

  • Word Search - Show off your smarts with this pen and paper classic

Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

The Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides low-income seniors with coupons that can be exchanged for eligible foods (fruits, vegetables, honey, and fresh-cut herbs) at farmers' markets, roadside stands, and community-supported agriculture (CSA) programs.

The application for this program must be filled out online. If you need assistance applying for this program, please call

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