Talking about HIV/AIDS with Hispanic Elders

    There are certain topics that many families and caregivers might try to avoid discussing with older adults. The issue of HIV/AIDS is certainly one of them.

    It is easy to sweep any conversation steering in that direction under the rug because many find it an uncomfortable topic to talk about. What should make all of us uncomfortable, though, is the increasing number of seniors 50+ who are living with.... Read More

                 

    Empowering Diverse Older Americans to Become Civically Engaged

    “[NHCOA is] multiplying leadership through us. If these thirty some people trained today can reach at least two people, in one or two weeks we will double. And, in few more weeks, they will train others and we will multiply again, and so forth.” – Maria Teresa Guzman, Empowerment and Civic Engagement Trainings (ECET)  

    When civic engagement comes to mind, we may think of youth mobilization and empowerment. Although engaging our younger generations is crucial, it is equally as important to empower older voters. Yet as the growth of the older American population quickly outpaces that of youth, we see certain segments of this population becoming increasingly isolated.

    That is why we need to ensure the voice of older.... Read More

                 
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