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Administration for Community Living From their website:

"All people, regardless of age or disability, should be able to live independently and participate fully in their communities. Every person should have the right to make choices and to control the decisions in and about their lives. This right to self-determination includes decisions about their homes and work, as well as all the other daily choices most adults make without a second thought."

Learn more here: ACL.gov


Alzheimer's Association From their website:

"The Alzheimer's Association leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia - by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support."

Learn more here: ALZ.org


American Association of Retired Peoples From their website:

"AARP represents the needs of nearly 38 million members with lifestyles and political views as diverse as any group in the United States. Developing public policy recommendations that serve such diversity is a formidable task. We concentrate on the issues most important to those in the 50+ community as they age: economic security; health care; access to affordable, quality long-term care; creating and maintaining livable communities; consumer protections; caregiving; and ensuring that our democracy works better for all."

Learn more here: AARP.org


American Society on Aging From their website:

"Since 1954, ASA has developed and led the largest, most diverse community of professionals working in aging in America. As a result, ASA has become the go-to source to cultivate leadership, advance knowledge and strengthen the skills of our members and others who work with and on behalf of older adults. As we unite, empower and champion our community, we have the unique responsibility to be a strong voice and thought leader on critical systemic issues that influence how we age. As America struggles with how best to respond to the need for greater inclusivity, anti-ageism and equity, ASA sees its responsibility as a leader to drive the discourse and advocate for the change necessary to address these issues in aging."

Learn more here: ASAging.org


AmeriCorps Seniors From their website:

"Make giving back your second act."

"Get involved and make a positive difference in your community. AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve with organizations dedicated to helping others."

Learn more here: AmeriCorps.gov/serve/AmeriCorps-Seniors


Centers for Medicare & Medicaid From their website:

"CMS is the federal agency that provides health coverage to more than 160 million through Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and the Health Insurance Marketplace. CMS works in partnership with the entire health care community to improve quality, equity and outcomes in the health care system."

Learn more here: CMS.gov


Grandmothers Against Gun Violence From their website:

"Founded in January 2013, a few weeks after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, Grandmothers Against Gun Violence is a growing grassroots non-profit organization with ~1,200 members from over 30 states and a vision to eliminate gun violence in all our communities.

We are citizen activists united in our goal to create a safer world for all grandchildren and rising generations. We are committed to diversity and inclusiveness in our approach, and acknowledge the inter-generational nature of the gun violence prevention movement. We work with like-minded people and community organizations to pass common sense gun safety legislation at the local, state and national levels."

Learn more here: GrandmothersAgainstGunViolence.org | FoundationGrandmothersAgainstGunViolence.org


Justice in Aging From their website:

"Justice in Aging is the opportunity to live with dignity, regardless of financial circumstances-free from the worry, harm, and injustice caused by lack of health care, food, or a safe place to sleep. By using the law to strengthen the social safety net, and remove the barriers low-income seniors face in trying to access the services they need, we work to ensure the future we all envision for our loved ones and ourselves."

Learn more here: JusticeInAging.org


Meals on Wheels From their website:

"Meals on Wheels America is the leadership organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger. This network serves virtually every community in America and, along with more than two million staff and volunteers, delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America's seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity. By providing funding, leadership, education, research and advocacy support, Meals on Wheels America empowers its local member programs to strengthen their communities, one senior at a time."

Learn more here: MealsOnWheelsAmerica.org


SilverSneakers From their website:

"SilverSneakers is a fitness and wellness program offered at no additional cost to seniors 65+ on eligible Medicare plans that helps you get active, get fit, and connect with others.

Our program is designed for all levels and abilities and provides access to online and in-person classes, over 15,000 fitness locations, and health & wellness discounts.

If you have an eligible Medicare Plan, you might already be eligible!"

Learn more here: Silver Sneakers


Th!rd Act From their website:

"We are building a community of experienced Americans over the age of sixty determined to change the world for the better. Together, we use our life experience, skills and resources to build better tomorrow."

"'Experienced Americans' are the fastest-growing part of the population: 10,000 people a day pass the 60-year mark. That means that there's no way to make the changes that must be made to protect our planet and society unless we bring our power into play."

Learn more here: ThirdAct.org


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