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How to Vote Healthy this Election

NCOA is partnering with We Can Vote to provide important information about how older adults can vote safely in November.


Falls Prevention Matters Now More Than Ever

Everyone is struggling to navigate the challenges posed by COVID-19, but older adults who want to maintain their independence and health should take time to understand and reduce their risk of falling. To assist with this effort, we’re proud to announce the release of a new, free way to help: the Falls Free CheckUp.


Aging with Dignity Shouldn’t be a Stroke of Luck

Dad had a family history of heart issues. But in the end, the most damning factor that shortened his life was the stress of his medical debt—and a system that failed him as he grew older.


The Ripple Effects of Senior Centers

Words and actions can be like ripples on a pond, quietly changing hearts and minds. Reflecting on 13 years at NCOA, the driving force behind any success I’ve had is the commitment and caliber of senior center professionals who shared their expertise, time, and passion by volunteering for NISC.


4 Tips for National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month and a perfect time to revisit your own preparedness and post-disaster plans. Whether you’re in the midst of a crisis or not, these tips can help you age well.