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National Nutrition Month 2015

March is National Nutrition Month—a great opportunity to learn how to make informed food choices, which is especially important as you get older.

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Faith to Government

This document provides a synopsis of Faith to Government, a not-for-profit in Oklahoma, which offers the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) for local, older, African-American populations.

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6 Ways to Eat Well As You Get Older

Here are 6 tips to help you find the best foods for your body and your budget.

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6 Ways to Eat Well As You Get Older

Learn how to find the best foods for your body and your budget as you get older.

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Falls Prevention Grantee Profiles

The Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging (ACL/AoA) awarded nearly $5 million to 14 state and local grantees and NCOA to support the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based falls prevention programs and strategies across the nation. Read about their activities!

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NCOA to Help Thousands of Struggling Older Adults in Maryland

With support from the Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation, NCOA will help thousands of older adults in Maryland to get personalized assessments and connect to services wherever they are.

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National Council on Aging Selects DPS Health as Strategic Partner

NCOA has formed a multi-year strategic alliance with DPS Health, a leader in clinically-proven online and mobile behavior change interventions for the emergent-risk population. The alliance will leverage the strengths of each organization to bring a robust offering of evidence-based lifestyle modification and self- management support programs to millions of Americans.

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Getting Online Medicare Information Just Got More Personal

Understanding Medicare and getting help choosing the right coverage has just gotten easier. MyMedicareMatters.org, the NCOA’s Medicare education website, now offers more personalized tools and enrollment advice to anyone in search of Medicare information.

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NCOA Welcomes 12 New BECs

NCOA's Center for Benefits Access has funded 12 community and state agencies to join its network of Benefits Enrollment Centers, helping low-income people with Medicare to access all the programs that can help them pay for healthcare, food, and more.

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Two Utah senior centers earn NISC accreditation

Congratulations to the two senior centers that received National Senior Center Accreditation in January, 2015—the Columbus Senior Center and the Mount Olympus Senior Center, both from Salt Lake County, UT.

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