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Medicaid and Medicare Savings Programs can provide financial benefits and wraparound coverage for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities.
NCOA has partnered with EverSafe to increase seniors’ access to resources and important information that will help them protect against scams, save money, find work, and set financial goals.
NCOA and GreenPath are partnering to provide seniors with reverse mortgage, debt and bankruptcy counseling, money management and financial education.
The You Gave, Now Save guide to benefits for seniors outlines programs that can help pay for healthcare, food, housing, transportation, and more.
Four million low-income older adults could increase their annual budget as much as 29% with readily available benefits programs. You Gave, Now Save makes it easier for older adults to learn about their options and take action to remain independent.
Building Better Caregivers is a 6-week, highly-interactive, small-group workshop for caregivers of veterans and veterans who serve as caregivers.
NCOA applauds the reauthorization of the Older Americans Act and calls for greater investments to make the OAA’s provisions a reality for our nation’s seniors.
NCOA recently welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors. The professionals bring diverse knowledge and experience to the NCOA mission of improving the lives of millions of older adults, especially those who are struggling.
Medicare does not cover dentures and routine dental care. Find alternative benefits that may be able to help seniors.