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NHCOA Responds to the 2015 White House Conference on Aging

The White House Conference on Aging, which took place on July 13th, was inspiring for us at the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) and for all those working on behalf of the U.S.’s diverse aging communities.  As the President and CEO of NHCOA, I had the honor and privilege to be invited to attend this critically important event and to represent older Latinos. The White House Conference on Aging takes place every 10 years and is a catalyst for the national policy agenda in reference to aging for the next decade.  This year, the White House Conference on Aging wasRead More
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