Community Response Fund
The NCOA COVID-19 Community Response Fund was created to raise and distribute funds to hard-hit community-based organizations that are directly serving older adults during the pandemic. Learn more.
- Resuming “New Normal” Operations: A Peer-to-Peer Exchange for Senior Nutrition Programs offered by the National Resource Center on Nutrition & Aging on May 26 at 3:30 pm ET for rural programs and May 28 at 3:30 pm ET for urban programs
- Access slides & recordings for webinars specific to Center for Benefits Access grantees
- Tools and Tips for Reaching a Remote Audience, April 1; access the webinar slides and related tip sheet of tools for reaching a remote audience
- Delivering Aging Mastery® Online, March 20
Find other archived events in our calendar.
Featured News & Resources
- Hispanic Older Adults at Greater Risk of Poverty from COVID-19: Read the new analysis from NCOA
- Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 and Technology Resources from NCOA
- Pandemic Unemployment Insurance: What They Mean for Access to SNAP, Medicaid and TANF – a new brief from the Center on Budget & Policy Priorities
- Weekly Grand Rounds: Access webinars NCOA co-hosted with ACL on offering chronic disease self-management and falls prevention programs remotely
- Community-based organizations struggle to meeting shifting needs: Read about a new survey from NCOA
Breaking Down What’s in The Heroes Act
With an estimated cost of $3 trillion over 10 years, the Heroes Act targets many problems caused by the COVID-19 crisis, and is an ambitious opening bid from House Democrats for continuing negotiations.
Make Your Mark During Older Americans Month
Sharing stories has always been the main way people and organizations celebrate Older Americans Month. Not only does it spread the wisdom you’ve gained over the years, but it empowers and inspires those who learn from you. With COVID-19 changing so much about day-to-day life, we’ve made that the focus of our efforts this year.
What Congress Should Do for Low-Income Older Adults
COVID-19 is devastating nursing homes across the country. Congress should protect older adults and people with disabilities by giving more funding to Home and Community Based Services. Here’s how you can take action.
COVID-19: How Communities Can Adapt
NCOA staff talk about the opportunities for individuals and community organizations to step up and lead during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Key Resources for Professionals
Find key resources and tools developed by NCOA's national partners in aging and disability and the federal government.
Health Promotion Program Guidance
Check back regularly for updates from individual programs on whether it’s feasible to continue implementation of health promotion programs when in-person gatherings are not possible.
Senior Center Resources
Get the latest best practice information that senior centerSenior Center Resourcess are using to prevent coronavirus spread and keep participants safe.