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MCOA Fall Conference 2014 Registration, Bulletin and Sponsor/Vendor Information Packet now available!
See below for details.
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LGBT Listening SessionsThe Massachusetts Commission on LGBT Aging has announced four historic listening sessions with a goal of investigating, analyzing and studying a number of key areas including: health, housing and social connections for LGBT older adults and their caregivers, and to make recommendations to improve access to benefits and services where appropriate and necessary.
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2014 Fall Conference
October 8, 9 & 10
Registration Instructions and Checklist
Sea Crest Hotel & Conference Center, Falmouth, MA
Print Registration Form
Please use online or print registration. You do not need to do both. Conference At A Glance
Cape Cod COA Tour
Menus Sea Crest Revised Reservation Policy
MCOA Legislative and Budgetary Priorities 2014-2015FY15 Conference Committee Bed Hold
MCOA Supports: S2017 Bed Hold policy
MCOA Supports: S291 PNA Increase
MCOA Supports: Mass in Motion Matching Grant- FY15 funds needed from Conference Committee
MCOA Letter of Support for: Nursing Home Bed Hold Policy
MCOA Letter of Support for: Nursing Home Resident's Personal Needs Allowance (PNA)
MCOA Supports: Mass Home Care: Back to Basics
MCOA Supports: Home Care Aide Council: Homemaker Wage Increase
MCOA Supports: Restoration of Elderly Mental Health Line Item
MCOA Supports: LIHEAP Funding
The Program Implementation Guide
The Facilitator's Guide
The Participants Manual
Information & Referral Form
Not all communities operate web sites that feature services and programs offered at the local Council on Aging, but this site will link you to your town where you can check the availability of a local COA web page.
See 'City and Town Web sites' at left.
If you do not see your town listed, please contact us.
The report benchmarks local indicators of healthy aging which can be used by policymakers and aging service providers to assess the health status and health care needs of their community.
Administration on Aging — U.S. Population by Age: July 1, 2010
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Massachusetts Association of Councils on Aging
116 Pleasant Street, Suite 306, Easthampton MA 01027-2781
Phone: 413-527-6425 Fax: 413-527-7138