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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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MusicianFest Performance Series

NCOA’s National Institute of Senior Centers (NISC) has partnered with the Music Performance Trust Fund (MPTF) and the Film Fund to provide grants for up to 500 live music performances at Senior Centers across the U.S.

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NCOA Applauds HELP Committee Action on Older Americans Act Reauthorization

The NCOA commends the Senate HELP Committee on its quick markup of S. 192, the Older Americans Act Reauthorization of 2015.

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5 Ways Congress Can Support Seniors in 2015

Several anniversaries in 2015 offer the perfect opportunity for Congress to expand and reinforce its commitment to supporting older Americans’ health and economic security.

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Center for Healthy Aging E-News

December 2014 issue

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The 6 Most Popular Resources of 2014

Among the wealth of information shared this year, counselors found several tools and articles to be of great value, include our 2015 "Donut Hole" illustration, fact sheets about Medicare coverage of home health care and vaccines, and more.

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NCOA at 2015 Aging in America

Explore NCOA sessions at the 2014 Aging in America Conference, March 23-27, in Chicago.

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FY15 Funding Bill: What it Means for Aging Programs

A $1 trillion, 1,603-page FY15 funding package was among the last pieces of business of the 113th Congress. Find out what's included for aging programs such as the Older Americans Act, falls prevention, chronic disease, and elder justice.

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Three new senior centers earn NISC accreditation

Congratulations to the three senior centers that received National Senior Center Accreditation in November, 2014.

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Next Steps to Better Nutrition Program

The Next Steps to Better Nutrition program was developed by the National Council on Aging and the American Heart Association to teach older adults how they can afford, purchase, and cook more nutritious foods.

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