Federal Government Press Releases
- White House Conference on Aging Key Deliverables
- Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Americans: Risks and Financing Research Brief
- The Affordable Care Act and Caregivers Research Brief
- HHS proposes to improve care and safety for nursing homes residents
- Aging in 2015: HHS and the White House Conference on Aging
- HHS targets funding, programs to help older people reduce the risk of falling
- Thoughts on transportation while watching the 2015 White House Conference on Aging
- Clearing a Path for State-based Retirement Plans
- HUD Issues Guidance on Multifamily Assisted and Insured Housing Based on Equal Access to Housing Rule
- White House Conference on Aging showcases physical activity through Go4Life Month
- The Handbook of Elder Care Resources for the Federal Workplace
- New Resource Provides A Key to Unlock Tips on Healthy Aging
- Department of Labor Fact Sheet - White House Conference on Aging
- White House Conference on Aging: Combating Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias
- HHS awards $35.7 million to improve care for older adults
- USDA Proposes New Ways to Help Meet Nutrition Needs of Low-Income, Homebound Seniors and People with Disabilities
This website was last updated on February 3, 2016. It is no longer being maintained; however, it remains here as an archive for information on the 2015 White House Conference on Aging forums, blogs, press releases and activities over the period from October 2014–December 2015.
Some material on this website may be superseded, as it was created at a particular time. It may contain references to activities, policies and programs that have no current application. Content in the archive may link to web pages that have moved or no longer exist, or may refer to other documents that are no longer available.
For further information on the use of these archived documents please contact the Administration on Aging/Administration for Community Living at email@example.com. To stay up to date on issues important to older Americans, please visit Aging.gov or the Administration on Aging.