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2005 Press Releases

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


December
08 THE ADMINISTRATION ON AGING AWARDS $600,000 TO THE AGING SERVICES NETWORK FOR MANAGED CARE INITIATIVES
 
November
17 U.S. Assistant Secretary for Aging Encourages Caregivers to “Be Wise….Immunize!”
 
October
13 $1.16 Million for Continuations of Pension Information and Counseling Program
 
13 $1.4 Million in Grants to Enhance Access to Senior Legal Services
 
September
29 AoA and CMS Announce $500,000 for Community-based Long-Term Care Recovery Efforts Following Hurricane Katrina
 
20 Winners of Livable Community for All Ages Competition Announced
 
13 AoA and the Aging Network Respond to Hurricane Katrina
 
August
18 New Grants Will Help Families In 19 States Find Needed Long Term Care Services
 
July
11 The Administration on Aging Awards $9.4 Million for Senior Medicare Patrol Projects
 
11 New Web Service Helps Medicare Beneficiaries with Limited Means Get More Health Care Assistance - Includes Assistance with Enrolling in Extra Help for the Medicare Drug Benefit and State Medicaid Benefits and Other Assistance Programs
 
11 HHS Awards $10.5 Million for Alzheimer’s Disease Demonstration Grants to States $2.6 Million for Expansion of Program in Ten States
 
May
23 The U.S. Administration on Aging Announces the Winners of the 2005 Older Americans Month National Photo & Essay Contest - U.S. Senior Citizens Use Photography as a Tool to “Celebrate Long-Term Living”
 
18 U.S. Assistant Secretary on Aging, Josefina Carbonell, to Speak at Older Americans Day Health and Wellness Fair in West Nyack
 
10 Administration on Aging Reaches Partnership Goal in You Can! Program
 
10 Administration on Aging (AoA) Announces Selection of Mini-Grants to Reach Isolated Elders At-Risk for Elder Abuse
 
04 HHS SECRETARY LEAVITT KICKS OFF OLDER AMERICANS MONTH
 
03 AOA ANNOUNCES 2005 SOLICITATION FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTERS
 
April
28 HHS Awards Grants to Tribal Elders and Caregivers
 
25 AoA Provides $3 Million in Additional Hurricane Relief to Alabama and Florida
 
March
10 Administration on Aging Announces You Can! Program Champions at the 2005 Joint Conference of the American Society on Aging and the National Council on the Aging
 

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