Aging

Senate Committee on Aging Reports on Financial Challenges Women Face
Aging
Senate Committee on Aging Reports on Financial Challenges Women Face
2020-08-20 15:35:05
by Gracie Kreth

WASHINGTON - United States Senators Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Bob Casey, D-Penn., the chairman and ranking member, respectively, of the Special Committee on Aging, released a report last week examining the challenges older women face preparing financially for retirement.  During... Read More

Biden Previews His Plans on Education and Care for The Elderly
2020 Elections
Biden Previews His Plans on Education and Care for The Elderly

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden on Monday previewed his plans to build a “caring economy,” saying he will make it easier for elderly Medicaid recipients to receive care at home. Biden is expected to offer more details on his proposals regarding... Read More

Senate Told to Find New Approaches for Nursing Homes Hit With Coronavirus
Aging
Senate Told to Find New Approaches for Nursing Homes Hit With Coronavirus
2020-05-22 13:09:03
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate made a first step Thursday toward new legislation intended specifically to protect elderly people from the ravages of coronavirus. The Senate Special Committee on Aging listened to medical experts’ opinions on measures needed to help... Read More

Luria Joins Effort to Protect Older Workers from Discrimination
Employment
Luria Joins Effort to Protect Older Workers from Discrimination
2020-02-06 22:15:53
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — Americans are working more and longer than ever, yet age discrimination worries often give older workers a lack of confidence in being able to keep their jobs or find new ones.  That’s why the House threw its bipartisan... Read More

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