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How Aging Services Professionals are Adapting to the COVID-19 Outbreak

Judith Bendersky, the Field Supervisor at the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner, answered questions about what she and her staff have experienced over the past two months serving some of the first communities to struggle with COVID-19 infections.

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Older Americans Are Not Expendable

We should not act as if the pandemic offers only “either-or” choices. We do not have to choose either to protect people’s health or to protect the economy.

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Where to Get Food Help Now

Affording healthy food is a challenge for many older Americans, but the spread of COVID-19 has made matters worse.

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Staying Connected While Staying Home

Limiting physical interaction does not have to mean stopping social interaction altogether. We’ve gathered tips—some high-tech, some low-tech—from our Aging Mastery® Program to help you stay active and involved.

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Encouraging older adults to stay active and safe during the coronavirus pandemic

Your organization may not be able to offer group exercise classes during[...]

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