During Older Americans Month, we recognize and celebrate those Americans who have spent decades providing for the next generation and building the greatness of our Nation. Our country and our.
the New York State Office for the Aging at its Annual Older New Yorkers Day Celebration on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at the Hart Theatre Lounge in the Egg, Albany, New York; and WHEREAS, Each May, the New York State Office for the Aging pauses to acknowledge the outstanding contributions made by older citizens during national older americans Month.
The Older Americans Act (OAA) is the major federal statute governing the organization and delivery of social and nutrition services that keep older Americans healthy and independent. Of New York State’s 3.7 million older adults, over 55,000 benefit from home delivered meals and nearly 125,000 access nutritious meals provided in community centers.
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“Older Americans Month and Older New Yorker’s Day are important opportunities to share with the public at large all of the contributions that are made by older New Yorkers,” said NYSOFA.
May is Older Americans Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions of the nation’s seniors. Since 1963, when President John F. Kennedy first proclaimed May as Senior Citizens Month, political officials, advocacy groups, community organizations and families have highlighted achievements of seniors and the value in acknowledging.
A new analysis of the Senate’s proposed health care bill shows that older New Yorkers would be forced to pay much higher premiums or go without health insurance coverage. With the proposed spike in premiums and reduced tax credits, a 60-year old New Yorker with a $45,000 annual income could have to pay up to $3,020 more in 2020.
The health of the economy is of vital importance to older Americans. Over the past few years, unusually high rates of inflation have reduced the standard of living of many older citizens. High rates of unemploy-ment have made it more difficult for many older workers to retain their jobs, and for many others to find work.
Americans Aged 45 and Older Now the Majority of the U.S. Electorate. New data is showing that Americans aged 45 and above now account for 119 million Americans, and over 51% of the voting-age population. This number has risen from 46% in 2000, and highlights an overall trend of an America that is getting older.