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Download and share this infographic on the impact of falls among older adults and the benefits and return on investment of evidence-based falls prevention programs.
September is National Senior Center Month, and NCOA encourages everyone to find a local center to discover tools to stay healthy, involved, and independent.
Are you ready to educate seniors on Sept. 23, the first day of fall? Use our tips and tools to plan an event in your community to help older adults understand their falls risk and how to stay safe.
The NCOA and FamilyWize are partnering to connect seniors and their caregivers with a prescription savings card to help them manage their medication budget.
Get tips on how to leverage the media and use our customizable press releases, fact sheets, handouts, and more.
Chronic diseases continue to be the nation’s leading causes of death and disability. Chronic disease self-management education is a low-cost intervention that can improve the health and quality of life for adults with chronic health conditions and has potential for significant health care cost savings. See our updated fact sheet.
There are many good reasons for seniors to enroll in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Eating better, financial security, health, family. These are just a few reasons from real seniors across America. During Hunger Action Month, share these images to help spread the word about SNAP in your community! What’s your reason to get SNAP? Use […]
Use this Flu + You brochure to educate older adults about the flu and the best ways to protect themselves against it.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is an important benefit to help low-income seniors afford food. But only 42% of those eligible are enrolled. See ways your organization can help with our new Seniors & SNAP Handbook.