34% of those 65+ are not using the most powerful research & communication tool in their lifetime

A stunning recent report by Pew Research shows 34 % of our senior citizens 65 plus are not using the internet.

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Massive budget cuts devastate Louisiana seniors

The Louisiana House of Representatives voted 55-47 to approve a budget that would make substantial cuts to programs and services that help our seniors and disabled Louisianians.  With a fiscal cliff looming, we understand that tough financial decisions need to be made, but we encourage our Louisiana legislators to reconsider and think about our elderly and disabled citizens.

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Protect Yourself: Elder Financial Abuse on the Rise

With our senior citizens continuing to live longer, we should all take a moment to think about these staggering statistics that affect the well being and safety of our senior citizens. 

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Don't Be the Next Victim of an IRS Tax Scam

It's that time of year when scammers are targeting senior citizens with creative Internal Revenue Service scare tactics. Since taxpayers are anxious this time of year, fraudsters are using telephone IRS schemes to dupe their victims out of millions. 

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Statement by Conwell Hooper, Executive Director, American Senior Alliance, on Proposal 88 Postponement

We were pleased to see the Florida Constitution Revision Commission put an end to Proposal 88 today.

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Alabama Showing Elder Compassion with Missing Senior Citizen Alert

One of the most frightening times for families is when a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer's or dementia related conditions goes missing.  Frantic sets in along with a sense of helplessness!  After calling law enforcement and local governing bodies, some people sit around and hope for the best.  A few take action by driving the city streets in search for clues.  Others put a comprehensive search team in place.  These fearful moments can be some of the most stressful times for families.

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AmSA Executive Director attends Florida Public Hearing

American Senior Alliance Executive Director, Conwell Hooper and volunteers standing strong for Florida’s senior citizens by speaking out against Proposal 54 and Proposal 88 at the Pensacola Constitution Revision Commission public hearing. Both of these proposals will jeopardize the affordable quality care and dependable services our seniors receive in Florida.

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It's Time for Georgia to Say Yes to Tougher Long Term Care Background Checks

Legislation pending in the Georgia legislature requiring employee background checks for all long term care operators would put the peach state in line with other surrounding states.

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AmSA encourages Florida officials to maintain quality care and affordable services for seniors

Since the beginning of the new year, American Senior Alliance has been active in the sunshine state fighting to ensure Florida's senior citizens residing in our nursing homes and assisted living communities continue receiving quality care at affordable prices.

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AmSA Executive Director, Conwell Hooper Testifies Again Against Proposal 88

Today, Conwell Hooper, Executive Director of American Senior Alliance, testified before the Constitution Revision Commission Declaration of Rights Committee to reiterate how Proposal 88 outlines more ways to sue nursing homes rather than ensure residents have access to the care and services they need. 

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