A new NCOA survey shows that senior debt is increasing significantly as older adults struggle to meet their daily needs and manage unexpected costs, and these seniors don’t know where to turn for trusted assistance.
The second half of this report focuses on the relationships that senior centers have with hospitals and insurance providers, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, and health programming offered through senior centers.
Every year, NISC honors outstanding efforts made by senior centers to offer innovative programs for older adults. Read about the 2015 winners and get inspired.
Debt among older adults has grown significantly in the past decade. Get the facts about senior debt, and find tools that can help.
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This issue brief explores the common sources of senior debt, including findings from a survey of aging network professionals who work with seniors facing economic insecurity.
Discover a successful method of benefits outreach to Hispanic audiences using community health promoters.
Community-Integrated Health Care Webinar Series, Part 2. The Medicaid Health Home benefit under the Affordable Care Act provides reimbursement for comprehensive care management services to coordinate the physical, behavioral, and social services needs of individuals with two or more chronic conditions. Join us for a webinar to learn how chronic disease self-management education can be used to fulfill the requirements of Health Home services benefit.
Read the NCOA 2016 Impact Report, view a map of CDSME and Falls Prevention partners across the country and check-out a goal-setting worksheet to manage New Year’s resolutions.
NCOA is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to qualified public or private non-profit 501(c)(3) agencies interested in operating the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).