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    Because councils on aging are communities on aging

     

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    MCOA has opened our Call for Presentations for FY21 and our Fall Conference. Submit a workshop proposal now.

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    Massachusetts Councils on Aging (MCOA) is a nonprofit, membership association of the 350 municipal councils on aging and senior centers. COAs are the first stop on the continuum of care. We support the 1.7 million older adults, 60 and over in Massachusetts, lead healthy, purposeful lives.

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    Local leaders recognized at first national aging conference in COVID-19 era Arlington, VA, June 8, 2020 — Today, the National Council on Aging (NCOA), a trusted national leader working to ensure that every person can age well, is honoring four individuals and one...

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    Baker Order Applies to State and Local Bodies Michael P. Norton, State House News  3/12/20 9:19 PM MARCH 12, 2020.....In a significant change spurred by the spreading coronavirus, government boards in Massachusetts may now meet without a physical quorum of members...

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    Revised Formula Grant Projections FY22 FY21 Budget Request to the Legislature FY21 Budget SHINE Sign-on Letter FINAL SHINE Fact Sheet 2 LIne Item History FY20-21

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    MCOA Membership: As the 191st General Court begins to debate the FY21 Budget we find ourselves back at square one; advocating for $12/elder for the Formula Grant and fully funding the Service Incentive Grant program. We had requested level funding for FY21 but House 2...

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    COAs serve as a conduits for accessing a range of municipal services that may seem out-of-reach to older residents.  They are the focal point where older adults and their families can access the local and state network of elder services, while providing an integrated array of social, health, recreational and education programs for older men and women.  COAs offer programs, services and activities that benefit more than 540,000 older people, and their families and caregivers annually.

    COAs conduct more than 100 programs from information and referral to benefits, outreach, transportation, and meals and other food programs to health screenings, health insurance information benefits counseling, fitness, recreation, computer access, education and life-long learning, among others.  In most communities, the COA serves as the only public social service agency and assists all town residents with access to public benefits.

    Each COA determines its own priorities based on unique local circumstances, resources and interests.  Regardless of design, a local senior center is often a home away from home for socializing, learning, wellness, “giving back,” or just a reason to get out of the house.  For the rapidly growing older population, COAs and senior centers provide a safe place for Massachusetts older adults to remain independent productive and in the community for as long as possible.

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