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Grandparents: Our Guides to the Past, Present and Future

By Randella Bluehouse

Note: This post is lovingly submitted in recognition of Native American Heritage Month

 

It’s so a matter of fact when English Americans speak about American History. It becomes focused on the “Discovery” of America and the influx of Read More

NICOA Conference Celebrates American Indian and Alaska Native Elders

By Terry Gomez

The 20th Biennial National Indian Council on Aging, Inc. (NICOA) Conference took place September 3rd through 6th, 2014, at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown in Phoenix, Arizona. The NICOA conference was held in partnership with the Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona Read More

Addressing Health Equity in the Dual Eligible Demonstration Projects

By Diverse Elders

 “The healthcare world is changing; providers who have been serving a certain population are now serving a completely new population, a more diverse population. When you talk about cultural competency, what you really need to look at is what the Read More