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Aging Mastery® = Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose

This class sets the group up for the topics to come: sleep strategies, financial fitness, fraud prevention, community engagement, advance directives, healthy eating, hydration, healthy relationships, and exercise.

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Aging Policy Priorities on the Horizon

The current session of Congress is focused on a number of issues important to older Americans and those who serve them. Here’s a look at the key policy priorities that may see movement this year.

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Community Organizations in Disaster Efforts: From Preparedness to Relief

Community-based organizations (CBOs) can play a vital role in supporting seniors’ preparation for, recovery from, and rebuilding after a disaster.

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Meeting LGBTQ+ Older Adults Where They Are: A Local Story

Minority communities such as older people in the LGBTQ+ community have faced a long history of discrimination, hate, violence, and systematic neglect, but local organizations can make a difference.

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A Guide to Medicare Advantage/Part C Costs

Medicare covers a wide range of medical services, but most are not free. Here’s what you should expect to pay out-of-pocket throughout the year if you’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage/Part C plan.

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Tax-Time Tips to Remember Year-Round

Whether you’ve already filed your taxes or still need to do so, here are 5 tips to remember now and throughout the year to maximize your savings, keep track of your budget, and avoid financial scams.

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Older Adults Received February SNAP Benefits Early: Impact and Next Steps

During the federal government shutdown last month, the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) requested that states issue February’s benefits in January to ensure that people received them during the shutdown. Here’s what the means for beneficiaries, who are used to receiving their benefits once per month.

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