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The Latest from AOASCC, May Newsletter

AOASCC News & Notes You Made a Difference!   Our heartfelt appreciation to all who gave to AOASCC through this year’s  Great Give sponsored by the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven.   Together we are continuing to help individuals remain safely at home, support caregivers & provide opportunities to stay healthy and engaged. A special… Read more »

AARP: Free Upcoming Events for All Ages

Upcoming Events – Please Join us!  Registration is free and open to people of all ages. Unless otherwise noted, please go to www.AARP.org/CTEvents to register. Monday’s with Mark Twain in May:  Join us on 4 Mondays in May and explore history and adventure through virtual sessions with the Mark Twain House & Museum.  Each week… Read more »

NCAAA: May 19, 2021 @ 9:30 AM, Public Hearing on Area Plan

Public Hearing Announcement – NCAAA Draft Area Plan   Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 9:30  *Zoom Virtual Meeting* The Advisory Council of the North Central Area Agency on Aging cordially invites you to join us for a Public Hearing to share your comments on the agency’s DRAFT Area Plan for FFY 2022-2024.AREA PLANS in Statute:… Read more »

NCEA/California Elder Justice Coalition: Getting Elder Abuse Covered by Local Media to Raise Public Awareness

New Resources for Senior Nutrition Programs

The aging network has risen to meet many challenges during COVID-19. Senior nutrition programs have adapted services, activities, and events to continue safely supporting their communities across the country. As states move toward resuming some in-person activities to support the nutritional, social, and wellness needs of older adults, programs will face new experiences and challenges,… Read more »

Supporting the Preventive Health Care Needs of Dually Eligible Women with Disability

Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 1:00-2:30 PM ET Webinar Registration In observance of National Women’s Health Week, RIC will host this webinar exploring the challenges and barriers that women with disabilities face in accessing screenings and health services The event will highlight promising practices providers and health plans can employ to achieve better integrated, person-centered care. The… Read more »

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