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Independence Doesn’t Mean Going It Alone

As we age, our bodies (and budgets) change. Our understanding of independence must change along with them.

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Keeping the Lights On: Housing & Utility Benefits

Most older adults want to remain living at home as long as they can, but what happens when the cost of maintaining that home becomes difficult? Fortunately for families struggling to make ends meet, there are several benefits programs that can help.

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5 Things to Check During Medicare Open Enrollment

Check these 5 things during Open Enrollment to evaluate whether the Medicare plan you’re in or looking to join is right for you.

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4 Free Tools to Help Caregivers Prepare for Emergencies

Caring for a parent or loved one as they age is never simple. Here are 4 resources that can help you prepare for the most overwhelming emergencies.

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SNAP Monthly Allotment Reduced by FY18 COLAs

Discover what you need to know about recent changes to SNAP COLA adjustments and how to help your clients.

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Tools for Elder Hispanic Economic Security

Hispanic older adults experience greater economic insecurity, but they can use NCOA tools to help improve their budget and money management.

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Finding Post-Disaster Resources for Seniors

Following a natural disaster, finding information specifically for seniors can be challenging. Use these resources to get answers and find in-person assistance.

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