Beaverton Committee on Aging
- Second Tuesday of each month
- 3 PM
- The October 10 meeting will be held at Beaverton City Library Main
About the Beaverton Committee on Aging (BCOA)
Pictured right: Beaverton Committee on Aging, 2023. Members from left to right: Kevin Teater (City Councilor), Jamie Levin, Suzan Turley, Carol Rudebeck, John Ratliff, Clayton Foutch, Martha McJacobs (Chair), Beth Gilbert (Staff Liaison), and Paul Zulak (Vice Chair). Not pictured: Maria Gaynor.
Discover and examine the issues and concerns of the aging population in the City of Beaverton and offer representation, information, and education regarding these issues.
Powers & Duties
The Beaverton Committee on Aging, formerly known as the Senior Citizens Advisory Committee, was formed in 1995. The goal of the committee is to provide a forum within city government for seniors to communicate with the city's senior community and city officials. This has been accomplished through workshops and participating with city officials to address the concerns of seniors.
See our brochure
Staff Contact: Beth Gilbert
City Council Liaison: Kevin Teater
Legacy Project Events
We make plans for big events in life. We can also ensure we are well-planned and well-prepared for end-of-life. Through this series of free workshops on Wednesdays, Sept. 20 - Oct. 11, at the main library (12375 SW 5th St), learn from a variety of local experts to develop your "Life File," a tool that will help you make a plan for what's important. Hosted by Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services and the Beaverton Committee on Aging. Registration recommended; register online at the links below or by calling 503-644-2197.
Session 1: Your Care: Advance Directives, Health Care Proxies & End-of-Life Care
Wednesday, Sept. 20 | 3-4:30 PM
Presented by Vicki Horn, Veteran Supervisor with Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services
Session 2: Your Data & Documents: Financial & Legal Planning
Wednesday, Sept. 27 | 3-4:30 PM
Presented by Christine Leffler, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones Financial Planning
Session 3: Your Possessions: Estate Planning, Downsizing & Gift-Giving
Wednesday, Oct. 4 | 3-4:30 PM
Presented by Jill Williams, Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialist with Multnomah County
Session 4: Funerals, Memorials & Options for Body Disposition
Wednesday, Oct. 11 | 3-4:30 PM
Presented by Deborah Threadgill, Owner/Operator at Threadgill's Memorial Services
Age Cafe Events
The Beaverton Committee on Aging hosts a monthly Age Cafe. Join the conversation! Discuss relevant topics with friends, neighbors, and other members of our community. Co-sponsored by Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services and Viva Village. Meetings are at Beaverton City Library Main (12375 SW 5th St).
Fall 2023 dates:
Registration not required; register if you would like an email reminder of upcoming Age Cafe events.