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NCOA applauds the appointment of Rep. Pat Tiberi as the new Chairman of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health.
NCOA and other national aging groups are sponsoring a week of action to tell Congress to protect and invest in aging services. We need your voice! Congress will be making FY16 funding decisions by Thanksgiving. TODAY, send a personalized email. Then Wednesday-Friday, call your lawmakers at 1-800-998-0198.
Our grandmas deserve the best. Yet, half of women over age 65 are economically insecure. #GivingTuesday is on Dec. 1, and NCOA is participating in the #GivingTower to support our work for grandmas everywhere. You can help by setting up an online fundraiser for NCOA.
Interdisciplinary PowerPoint to educate older adults about fall risks and strategies to reduce falls. This presentation was developed by the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy.
This holiday, donate to NCOA to support grandmas in need. A $1 donation to NCOA can connect a struggling grandma with $60 in benefits to pay for daily needs.
These slides come from our Nov. 2015 webinar, explaining the costs and coverage changes your clients may encounter related to Medicare in 2016.
Several critical programs for older adults still face significant funding reductions. Congress is expected to draft new FY16 appropriations in November.
Millions of Medicare beneficiaries will see a premium increase next year. During Open Enrollment NCOA encourages them to get real about their 2016 health care budget.
It’s another year when Congress is focused on the budget, and there is also a window to finally reauthorize the Older Americans Act. These are two national debates in which raising your voice on behalf of seniors in your community can make a difference. Read 4 things you can do now.