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Winning Strategies: Organizing Consumers for Delivery Reform

By Diverse Elders

by Jessie Zimmerer. This post originally appeared on the Center for Community Engagement in Health Innovation blog.

If health care advocacy were a sport, thereā€™d be no question about our defensive strategy. Much of our collective efforts over the Read More

NICOA Conference on Aging in Indian Country is in September

By Randella Bluehouse

The 2018 National Indian Council on Aging, Inc. (NICOA) Conference on Aging in Indian Country is just two months away, and it is the only conference which focuses exclusively on American Indian and Alaska Native Elders. The biennial conference, which Read More

Connecting Across Generations to Support Diverse Elders

By Jenna McDavid

Whenever I tell people that I work in the field of aging, it raises more than a few eyebrows. I started working with the Diverse Elders Coalition before my 30th birthday, and even though I’m a few years older Read More