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2004 Press Releases

Listed below are AoA-related press releases and media advisories. For further information, please call 202-357-3507.


December
06 THE ELDERCARE LOCATOR URGES FAMILIES TO USE THE HOLIDAY SEASON TO PREPARE A PLAN TO STAY “IN TOUCH” WITH OLDER RELATIVES DURING A CRISIS
 
November
12 HHS Provides $42.6 Million in Hurricane Relief to Florida
 
October
07 The Administration On Aging Awards $600,000 To The Aging Services Network For Managed Care Initiatives
 
September
13 AoA Awards $5.1 Million to Support Community Services for Seniors Aging in Place In 22 Cities and Counties
 
09 The Administration On Aging Honors Grandparents Day
 
August
20 U.S. Administration On Aging Seeks Partners To Promote Healthy Aging
 
05 AoA Announces New Funding Opportunity
 
July
22 Headline: HHS AWARDS $15.5 MILLION TO EXPAND, STRENGTHEN NURSING WORKFORCE
 
20 National Family Caregiver Support Program Expands Outreach and Services to Caregivers
 
19 Twenty-one Volunteers Honored During National Health Care Fraud Conference in Washington, D.C.
 
08 HHS AWARDS $6.78 MILLION TO EXPAND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAMS
 
June
22 AoA Provides $120,000 Disaster Relief To Older Victims of Hurricane Isabel
 
03 HHS Identifies States For Medicare Demonstration Of New, Less Restrictive Homebound Definition
 
02 Secretary Thompson Announces $4 Million in Grants for Prevention
 
May
25 AoA Provides $80,000 in Disaster Relief to Older Victims of Fires in California
 
19 AoA, NGA Announce Joint Effort to Help States To Strengthen Long Term Care Systems
 
11 SAMHSA, FDA and AoA Work To Help Keep America’s Older Citizens Safe and Healthy and Celebrate Older American’s Month
 
06 Secretary Thompson, Seeking Fastest Possible Results, Names First Health Information Technology Coordinator
 
03 Aging Well, Living Well Program Champions
 
April
30 AoA Announces You Can! Steps to Healthier Aging Campaign
 
06 NEW SURVEY SHOWS FEW WOMEN BELIEVE THEY ARE AT RISK FOR OSTEOPOROSIS
 
March
15 AoA Provides Disaster Relief To Older Victims Of Flooding In Virginia
 
February
01 THE ADMINISTRATION ON AGING FOCUSES ON IMPROVING THE HEALTH FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN ELDERS
 
January
22 In honor of the Chinese New Year, the Administration on Aging (AoA) recognizes the efforts of our partners, the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) and their work in helping AoA improve the health in the Asian American elderly community.
 

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