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Get the latest news and information about NCOA's work to improve the lives of millions of older adults.

Renewed Employment and Self-Esteem

For 40 years, NCOA has been a national sponsor of the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). Here, participant Ed Reilley describes how SCSEP changed his life for the better.

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VA, NCOA Partnership Offers Practical Support to Families Caring for Veterans

The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and NCOA have partnered to offer a unique online workshop for family members who are caring for our nation’s veterans.

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Facts about SNAP and Senior Hunger

Learn some key facts about SNAP and senior hunger.

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New Toll-Free Number

The National Council on Aging today announced a new national toll-free number for older homeowners to sign up for counseling when considering a reverse mortgage: 1-855-899-3778.

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Senior SNAP Enrollment Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to help your organization increase SNAP enrollment among older adults in your community.

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Senior Hunger

For 1 in 7 seniors in the U.S., hunger is a real struggle. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low-income individuals and families buy the food they need for good health. Learn more about how SNAP can help older adults in your community.

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2013 NISC Awards: Buddy Bingo

The “Senior Buddy Bingo Crew” gathered for the first time at Penacook Community Center in Apr. 2013, and the event was such a hit that they now meet on a monthly basis!

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Congrats to Sunshine Senior Center on Third Accreditation

The Sunshine Senior Center in St. Petersburg, FL earned national Senior Center Accreditation in February, 2014.

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War on Poverty Still Critical for Vulnerable Seniors

NCOA today praised the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging for holding a hearing on gains in senior income security since President Lyndon Johnson declared War on Poverty in the 1960s—but emphasized that the job is far from over.

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President’s Budget a Mixed Bag for Senior Programs

President Obama’s FY15 budget proposal, released March 4, includes a variety of program cuts plus investments intended to promote opportunity and growth. See what's included for the Older Americans Act, Medicare, Social Security, and other programs affecting seniors.

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