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Mass. Health & Hospital Association Issues Statewide Report on Community Benefits

According to the Attorney General’s Office, Massachusetts hospitals provided $641 million in community benefits for residents of Massachusetts in Fiscal Year 2018. The Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association, for the first time, compiled the support provided to communities from local hospitals in a report titled “A Commitment to Community: 2020 Report Massachusetts Hospitals’ Community Benefit Initiatives.” Continue reading

Home for the Holidays Campaign Highlights Home Modification Options

Most older adults want to continue living in their homes as they age. Yet many homes often need to be adapted to meet the changing mobility, sensory and cognitive needs of the older adults who live in them.

Several resources for home modifications exist, from AARP’s HomeFit Guide to Age Friendly Berkshires’ “Aging in Place Workbook.”

Now, N4A and the Eldercare Locator have partnered with the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology on the 2019 Home for the Holidays campaign, which also focuses on home modifications and centers on an introductory guide. Continue reading

Age-Friendly Funding Alert: Boston Tenant Organizing Program

Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) is pleased to  announce the availability of approximately $75,000 in funding for the Boston Tenant Organizing Program (BTOP).

This program, administered on behalf of the City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development, supports tenant organizing activities in privately owned multifamily rental projects located in the City of Boston. Continue reading