Grants Bolster Community Services for Seniors

by Joy Keller on Feb 01, 2005

The U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA) is giving more than $5.1 million to help older adults maintain a level of independence in their communities. Most of the grants (16 new and six continuing) will be spent on providing access to health and supportive services and on removing barriers to those services. Some grants will also improve the overall quality of life for retirement community residents. To learn more and to see if your neighborhood has received a grant, visit www.aoa.gov/press/pr/2004/09_Sep/09_13_04.asp

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Joy Keller

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Joy Keller is executive editor of IDEA Fitness Journal and is also a certified personal trainer, indoor cycling instructor, yoga teacher (RYT 200) and Reiki Master.