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Seniors & SNAP: 5 Myths Busted

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) helps 4 million low-income older Americans buy nutritious foods. But, many older adults are confused by common myths about the program. Get the facts with our new infographic!

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2013 NISC Awards: Simple Solutions Expo

The Wayland Council on Aging sponsored a "Simple Solutions Expo," which included presentations, vendor exhibits, demonstrations, and free raffles all targeted at "living more comfortably in your own home."

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Maryland Senior Centers Mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

With representation from federal, state, and local officials, senior centers in Montgomery County, Maryland hosted events to mark the 2014 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

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Visualizing LIS Eligibility

This mapping tool enables benefits counselors to find information on these individuals potentially eligible for but not enrolled in LIS/Extra Help down to the county level.

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Innovative Program Offers People with Diabetes the Power to Improve their Own Health

Under a unique collaboration, NCOA with support from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation and WellPoint are—for the first time—bringing a proven and affordable face-to-face and online support program to help people manage their Type 2 diabetes.

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Benefits 101 - Russian

Got Russian-speaking clients? Share these fact sheets with them providing a basic overview of core benefits programs for people with Medicare.

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Benefits 101 - Spanish

Got Spanish-speaking clients? Share these fact sheets with them providing a basic overview of core benefits programs for people with Medicare.

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Engaging Public Employees and Retirees in CDSME Programs: Lessons Learned from Ohio and Oregon

Engaging Public Employees and Retirees in CDSME Programs: Lessons Learned from Ohio and Oregon

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2014 Falls Free® Photo Contest

Help us spread the word about falls prevention—share your photos!

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The Aging Mastery Program® FAQs

The Aging Mastery Program® (AMP) aims to help millions of older adults take key steps to improve their well-being and add stability to their lives. Built on the pillars of actionable goals, sustainable behaviors, clear incentives, and peer support, this self-paced program enables participants to create their own personal pathways for aging well.

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