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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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NCOA Response to President Obama's Executive Action on Immigration Reform

The National Council on Aging (NCOA) President and CEO James Firman today issued the following statement regarding President Barak Obama's announced Executive Action on Immigration Reform.

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Disabilities and Difficulties in the Low-Income Medicare Population

This visualization tool illustrates on a county-level basis where there are significant numbers of low-income Medicare beneficiaries who have some form of disability or difficulty, by type of disability/difficulty.

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Silver Giving Circle Gives Back to LEP Seniors

Korean American Community Services in Chicago created a unique opportunity for Korean-speaking Boomers in their community to give back those in need through the Silver Giving Circle, which helps find and enroll limited English proficient seniors into benefits.

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Seven senior centers accredited in October

Congratulations to the seven senior centers that received National Senior Center Accreditation in October, 2014.

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