NHCOA: STATUS OF HISPANIC OLDER ADULTS: STORIES FROM THE FIELD

3 of 9Adult Day Health Care dilemma Trinidad Contreras is a fixture at Gardner Family Health Network Adult Day Health Care facility in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. Due to budget cuts, the state declared Contreras no longer eligible for benefits, but Gardner Family Health Network Adult Day Health Care is continuing to let him participate in its programs without getting reimbursed while he appeals. He spends the hours between about 10 am and 2 pm playing dominos, walking the courtyard and tending the small garden boxes. (Dan Honda/Staff)

From our colleagues at NHCOA: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Picture this: to keep from going hungry in straitened circumstances, you may one day need to eat cat food for dinner, or search for your lunch in a dumpster. This is not merely a worst-case scenario; it is reality for some seniors in the U.S. today. During regional … Continue reading

Kaiser Health News: Latino Enrollment Key To Success Of Health Law Marketplaces

By Jenny Gold KHN Staff Writer JUN 25, 2013 This KHN story was produced in collaboration with  Andrea Velandia, 29, is just the sort of person health law regulators are seeking to draw into the new online insurance marketplaces– young, healthy, uninsured and Latino. Promotora Elva Jaldin teaches Andrea Velandia, who holds her newborn son, about … Continue reading

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