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The Columbia Tribune recently published a thoughtful examination dealing with efforts to eliminate the “circuit breaker” tax credit for senior citizens who rent their homes. The author of the editorial examines the the history of the legislation and conducted some interesting math to demonstrate the real need that exists for the relatively small credits that […]

MA4 has issued the annual Call For Presentations for the 16th Annual Show Me Summit on Aging & Health. We are looking for the best presenters with information that can challenge and educate leaders and advocates from across the State of Missouri on topics of interest to the senior population. The deadline for submissions is […]

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St. Louis Oasis, the Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging and the Curators of the University of Missouri announce receipt of $1.5 million in Federal grants from the Administration for Community Living (ACL) to support falls prevention and chronic disease self-management programs for older Missourians. The new ACL grant will enable St. Louis Oasis, […]

This week, the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging is holding its annual National Policy Briefing for senior advocates from across the county, including a delegation from Missouri. Today, participants heard from Lance Robertson, Assistant Secretary for Aging and will later descend on Capitol Hill to discuss current issues with legislators. Here, the Missouri […]

In the News

  • Mar 20 - Northwest MO AAA Searching For New CEO
    CThe Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging will be accepting applications for the position of Chief Executive Officer from March 8 – 29 or until the position is filled with a qualified candidate. Interested candidates should apply through the listing for this position that is posted on the Indeed.com website. LINK TO JOB POSTING Additional […]
  • Mar 13 - Federal Grants Enable Better Access To Preventive Health Programs
    St. Louis Oasis, the Missouri Association of Area Agencies on Aging and the Curators of the University of Missouri announce receipt of $1.5 million in Federal grants from the Administration for Community Living (ACL) to support falls prevention and chronic disease self-management programs for older Missourians. The new ACL grant will enable St. Louis Oasis, […]
  • Mar 5 - n4a Holds National Policy Briefing In Washington/Meetings With Hartzler and Hawley
    This week, the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging is holding its annual National Policy Briefing for senior advocates from across the county, including a delegation from Missouri. Today, participants heard from Lance Robertson, Assistant Secretary for Aging and will later descend on Capitol Hill to discuss current issues with legislators. Here, the Missouri […]