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How the Midterm Elections Will Affect Aging Policy

The results of the 2018 midterm elections will have significant implications on the nation’s public policy agenda over the next two years.

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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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Interview: NCOA SCSEP Director Shares how his Military Service Impacts His Outlook on Aging

To honor and mark Veterans Day, NCOA Program Manager Randy Feliciano talked with NCOA National SCSEP Director Jim Seith about his Air Force service and how that training has impacted his outlook on aging.

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A helping hand at Thanksgiving, and all year long

For many people around the country, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. Unfortunately for many low-income older adults, the holidays can be a challenging time as they do not have the funds to purchase food for themselves.

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Straight Talk for Seniors®: What Proposed Changes to the “Public Charge” Rule Could Mean for Senior Immigrants and Their Families

We took a look at how older adult immigrants and their families would be affected by proposed changes to the public charge rule.

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