News on Aging & Financial Health

Recent News Stories

NCOA and Lyft Help Older Adults Get a Ride to COVID Vaccine

May 19, 2021 - The National Council on Aging and transportation company Lyft have partnered to offer a credit for seniors to travel to COVID-19 vaccination appointments.

New Report Identifies Growing Challenges for Older Americans

May 18, 2021 - America's Health Rankings Senior Report highlights the health of older adults annually, and while this year's report reflects progress in some areas, it also shows that greater attention to senior health is still needed.

Americans Bombarded with Robocalls from Amazon Impostors

May 14, 2021 - Scam robocalls from well-known companies such as Amazon have skyrocketed recently.

‘Together as a family’: Multigenerational living rises in pandemic

May 13, 2021 - The desire to live in a multigenerational home has greatly increased since the pandemic began.

Franklin couple charged with defrauding elderly woman

May 12, 2021 - A husband and wife in Tennesee have been arrested and charged with draining over one million dollars from an elderly woman's finances and using the money to support their lavish lifestyle.

Social Security’s cost-of-living adjustment could be higher next year. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the money will go further.

May 12, 2021 - The preliminary estimate for Social Security's Cost of Living Adjustment for next year is the biggest increase since 2009.