More than 100,000 Holocaust survivors live in the United States today. Many are aged 85 and older and suffer from poverty, social isolation, and other serious health conditions stemming from their trauma. The Jewish Federation of North America’s Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care was founded through an unprecedented federal grant from the US Administration […]
In 2017, The U.S. Administration on Aging, which is part of the Administration on Community Living (ACL) released a funding opportunity to create a national resource center for social engagement and older adults that would support the national aging network. N4A, the National Association of the Area Agencies on Aging, invited OATS to be a […]
One in five older adults is socially isolated. The AARP Foundation asked OATS to develop a pilot program to leverage volunteers to provide training on iPads to low-income, socially isolated older adults.