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Chris Kuchta on 07/29/2015
Connections Area Agency on Aging, in collaboration with the Governor's office and the IA Dept on Aging, is seeking the public's support and assistance in identifying Iowa's centenarians. Iowans are age 100 or older (by 12/31/2015) will be honored at receptions throughout the state. Applications are can obtained online from the Iowa Department on Aging website (www.iowaaging.gov) or may be requested by calling 800-532-3213 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details, please click on the title.
Health or Finances? Older Americans and Professionals Who Support Them Disagree on Needs of Growing PopulationChris Kuchta on 07/23/2015
The Fourth annual United States of Aging Survey finds older adults and the professionals who support them disagree on whether the top concern for older Americans is physical or financial health. Older adults look to their community for support to stay in their current home. Read more about this fourth annual survey by clicking on the title.
Chris Kuchta on 07/22/2015
On June 26th, over 190 people met in seven locations throughout the State of Iowa to begin the "Iowa White House Conference on Aging Dialogue." They examined long-term services and supports in the context of four questions: What's Working?, What's Not Working?, Why Things Aren't Working?, and How Do We Fix It? This article begins a series reporting out the results from the Conference and asks you to contribute to the conversation. To read more, click on the title.