How Pima Council on Aging used process mapping to improve services, a webinar on addressing social isolation through healthcare contracting, and Congress postpones the debt ceiling fight to focus on finalizing the “human infrastructure” package.
Studies link hearing loss with less physical activity among older adults, CMS publishes COVID-19 vaccination rate data of nursing homes for consumers, and we encourage lawmakers to help address the workforce shortage.
For those attending the LeadingAge 2021 Meeting & Expo in Atlanta, join us for our member networking reception on October 24.
The number of homebound older adults doubled in 2020, older couples’ perceptions on aging influence each other’s health, and U.S. News launches 'Best Senior Living' program.
Your participation is requested for national (Fed Reserve Bank) survey on the pandemic’s effects on nonprofits and the people they serve.
Implementing DEI efforts to better support staff of color, older adults and perceptions in self-driving and ride-hailing services, and CMS proposes rule to increase price transparency, access to care, safety and health equity.
Pandemic-related hunger among older adults is here to stay, CMS proposes rule to increase price transparency, and building and maintaining relationships after a dementia diagnosis.
On July 21, the Lutheran Services in America Strength & Service Series examines innovations: what worked & what is here to stay in senior services.
Innovations Looking Forward on July 21, life plan community adopts Montessori Method to create person-centered memory care program, and understanding social isolation and its impact on older adults and those living with disabilities.
NCOA and Lyft help older adults get rides to their COVID-19 vaccine, Lutheran Services in America announces Strength & Service Series session on which pandemic-era innovations in senior services worked and what's here to stay, and how stress differs for caregivers of US-born versus foreign-born recipients.