Over 11 million older Americans and their caregivers benefit from the Older Americans Act (OAA) programs administered by the nationwide Aging Services Network.
Reauthorization of OAA is a crucial opportunity for Congress to modernize and improve services to individuals looking to maintain their health, dignity, and independence.
Read NCOA's correspondence to Congressional leadership endorsing the bipartisan, bicameral agreement to extend and enhance the OAA of 2020.
Reauthorization of the Older Americans Act (OAA) is a crucial opportunity for Congress to modernize and improve services by supporting efficiencies and innovations, reassessing the Act’s successes and limitations, and addressing the ability to effectively serve older adults in need.
Read the National Council on Aging's (NCOA) correspondence to Congressional committee leadership endorsing the bipartisan, bicameral compromise on 2020 OAA reauthorization, the Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020.
The measure makes significant improvements on behalf older Americans across the country, and reflects the input of NCOA, the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO), and a diverse array of additional stakeholders.
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