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OAAOlder Americans Act
OAAOntario Association of Architects
OAAOpen Arcade Architecture
OAAOxford Aviation Academy (various locations)
OAAOld Age Assistance
OAAOxaloacetate
OAAOffice of Academic Affiliations (Department of Veterans Affairs)
OAAOffice for Academic Affairs (various schools)
OAAOutstanding Achievement Award
OAAOntario Association of Archers (Ontario, Canada)
OAAOpen Agent Architecture
OAAObstetric Anaesthetists' Association
OAAOffice of Academic Assessment (various schools)
OAAOpen Access Archive
OAAOffice of the Administrative Assistant (US Army)
OAAOrganic Acidemia Association (Plymouth, MN)
OAAOntario Accommodation Association (Canada)
OAAOut and About
OAAOrganization of Africans in the Americas
OAAOffender Accountability Act (State of Washington, USA)
OAAOrbiter Access Arm (US NASA)
OAAOther Adjustments Account (US Federal Tax Form 1120s)
OAARadar Test Equipment (US Navy)
OAAOver Actors Anonymous
OAAOakland Activities Association (Michigan)
OAAOn Air Activation
OAAOhio Aquaculture Association
OAAOver Air Addressing
OAAOnline Access Agreement (disclaimer document)
OAAOptician's Association of America
OAAOklahoma Aquaculture Association
OAAOperational Assessment Analysis
OAAOcean Atlantic Agency (Delaware)
OAAOpen Access Architecture (West Wave)
OAAOver the Air Activation Signal
OAAOrder of American Ambassadors
OAAOperations, Activities and Actions
OAAOwner Agency Agreement (commercial real estate)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Wellman, "Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs: A Community-Based Nutrition Program Helping Older Adults Remain at Home," Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics, vol.
HCBS, home and community-based services; HHA, home health agency; HMO, health maintenance organization; NH, nursing home; OAA, older Americans Act; SNF, skilled nursing facility.
today at the Campbell Community Center, 155 High St., to discuss ways to protect seniors from financial scams and reauthorization of Older Americans Act.
This year the U.S Congress w ill be called upon to reauthorize the Older Americans Act (OAA), which was first established in 1965.
The Older Americans Act (OAA) was enacted to help older adults remain in their homes and communities.
"We have an important opportunity, with the upcoming reauthorization of the Older Americans Act, to ensure that LGBT older adults are explicitly recognized by the federal government as a community in vital need of services and support."
A: The Older Americans Act is up for reauthorization this year.
That law, the Older Americans Act, restricts the use of tax money for projects "involving the construction, operation or maintenance of any facility used or to be used as a place for sectarian religious instruction or worship."
It includes materials on the new Older Americans Act reauthorization.
Other topics include family relationships and other support systems, housing policies, the role of the aging in the broader social system, policy issues such as the Older Americans Act and the Age Discrimination Law, economics and poverty, health care, death and dying, religion, and the future of aging.
* The Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) was implemented under the Older Americans Act (Title III).
The most current and interesting development in the arena of home and community-based long-term care has occurred in the 2000 re-authorization of the Older Americans Act (AOA, 2000) through a new initiative called Choices for Independence (AOA, 2006).
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