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NCOA Statement on the New Bipartisan Caucus on Family Caregiving

NCOA supports the work of a new bipartisan caucus on family caregiving.

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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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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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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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What do NISC members really care about?

The results are in from last month’s annual NISC member survey! We asked what benefits you made use of, which you found most helpful, how well our customer service team responded to your inquiries, and most importantly, if you were satisfied with your membership.

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Technology and Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries

This visualization tool looks at the use of and access to different forms of technology among low-income households with Medicare.

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What's inside the President’s 2016 budget request

The President’s annual budget request once again presents a mixed bag for seniors. It is unlikely to receive support from a Republican Congress, but the Administration’s preferences will be important when a final fiscal year 2016budget is crafted at year’s end.

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Senate Moves Swiftly on OAA Reauthorization in Anniversary Year

The newly introduced Older Americans Act Reauthorization of 2015 builds upon bipartisan legislation from 2013. NCOA has endorsed the bill and is urging the committee to send it to the full Senate for consideration.

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NCOA’s Senior SNAP Enrollment Initiative

We’ve released the Request for Proposals for our initiative to help seniors enroll in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). We’re seeking proposals from community-based organizations in two competitive categories ($25,000 and $50,000).

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