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Aging in the Right Place

80% of seniors want to age in their own homes. Yet, many may admit that their current home might not be suitable for them for the rest of their lives. How can we help seniors age in the right place for them?

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Straight Talk for Seniors®: How Medicaid Caps Would Impact Seniors

The health care debate is full of buzzwords and technical jargon that can make it hard to understand exactly how proposals would impact real people. Medicaid per capita caps is a good example. Learn how they would impact low-income seniors who depend on the program.

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LGBT Older Adults Run a Higher Risk for These 3 Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions can be difficult to manage at the best of times, but for many LGBT older adults, unique challenges threaten the healthy aging of a generation.

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Straight Talk for Seniors®: The Senior Community Service Employment Program

As policymakers talk about jobs, there’s only one program that provides job training and placement to low-income seniors. But the 52-year-old program is slated for elimination in the Administration’s budget.

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5 Ways for Senior Centers to Improve Outreach to LGBT Older Adults

June is Pride Month. While there is greater recognition, understanding, and support for LGBT people today, LGBT older adults often feel isolated. See how your senior center can improve connections and support for LGBT elders in your community.

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