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.
Innovations in Medicaid, the top 10 most common chronic diseases for older adults, and what we can learn from the pandemic to close the nutrition gap.
Find out about the impact of COVID-19 on Title VI Native American aging programs and services, demographics and disability status of adults living alone in rural areas, and the CDC’s updated healthcare infection prevention and control recommendations in response to COVID-19 vaccination.
COVID-19 vaccine equity for older people, strategies for helping older adults and people with disabilities access COVID-19 vaccines, and best practices for helping older adults stay socially engaged.
New application forms and an extended deadline for PPP, an opportunity to provide comprehensive supports for Medicare beneficiaries with complex needs, and how new technologies will benefit ageing and longevity.
Low-income older adults face unaffordable rents, aging in a post-pandemic world, and Medicare Advantage open enrollment ends March 31.
Creative ways to address social determinants of health featuring Lutheran Services in America’s Senior Connect, Amazon's telehealth service will expand nationwide this summer, and celebrating national senior nutrition.
Lutheran Services in America will hold its Annual Membership Meeting on March 24, CVS Health is building a “Home Health Hub” for seniors, and Congress pursues the next COVID relief package.
Upcoming Strength & Service Series webinars, strategies for building confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines, and tracking person-centered care for older adults.
Our Strength & Service Series focuses on crisis fatigue in the workforce, lessons from nursing home staff to address burnout, and moving the needle on COVID-19 vaccination.