Over 4 million low-income adults over age 60 rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to stay healthy and make ends meet. This fact sheet addresses the problem and how the NCOA is helping.
This infographic provides older adults with 6 tips eat well and improve their nutrition as they age.
An introduction to SNAP and how it can help seniors.
This webinar examines how seniors and people with disabilities who qualify for SNAP/Food Stamps may be able to deduct their excess medical expenses to increase their benefit amount.
This webinar, the third in a four-part series from the National Council on Aging and Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, examines how to handle common obstacles in the enrollment process for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
This webinar explains how to use the SNAP benefits at stores, what can be purchased, and how someone can recertify and continue to receive benefits as long as they still qualify.
This webinar explains how to maximize SNAP (Food Stamp) benefit amounts for seniors through several deductions available related to excess medical, shelter, and dependent care expenses.
This webinar from March 2014 provides an introduction to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and its importance in alleviating senior hunger.
Want to get the biggest nutritional bang for your buck? Watch this video for tips on how to eat right on a budget. To get help paying for healthy food, visit: http://www.BenefitsCheckUp.org.
This Illinois presentation trains counselors to do SNAP outreach among seniors.