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Older Adults and the 2020 Census: A Colorado Story

With all the concerns around the increased census issues, there are many opportunities to ensure that our older adult population is counted.

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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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Senior Centers are on the Frontline to End Local Hunger

In Wabash, Indiana, the Living Well Winchester senior center is fully engaged in a five front war to end local hunger.

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3 Ways to Change the Aging Conversation

When this senior center director overheard conversations in the halls such as “I’m too old for that“ and “you look great … for your age,” she decided to change the aging conversation.

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To Serve ALL Seniors

In celebration of Senior Center Month, read how one center in Wisconsin has been proactively reaching out to LGBT older adults to make them feel welcome.

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Building a Place of Gathering and Connection

The Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians recently opened a new 7,200-square-foot, $1.7 million Elder Center dedicated as the “Eunice Stick Gathering Place,” offering 300+ tribal and community elders with vital services.

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The Persistent Women of Aging

March is Women’s History Month, and the National Women’s History Project has designed this year’s theme as Nevertheless She Persisted. In looking through NCOA’s history, this couldn’t ring more true.

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