GAO-11-237 February 28, 2011 The Older Americans Act (OAA) was enacted to help older adults remain in their homes and communities.
What does OAA stand for?
OAA stands for Older Americans Act
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- Military and Government
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We have 137 other meanings of OAA in our Acronym Attic
- Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association
- Ocean Atlantic Agency (Delaware)
- Offender Accountability Act (State of Washington, USA)
- Office for Academic Affairs (various schools)
- Office of Academic Affiliations (Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Office of Academic Assessment (various schools)
- Office of the Administrative Assistant (US Army)
- Ohio Aquaculture Association
- Oklahoma Aquaculture Association
- Old Age Assistance
- On Air Activation
- Online Access Agreement (disclaimer document)
- Ontario Accommodation Association (Canada)
- Ontario Association of Archers (Ontario, Canada)
- Ontario Association of Architects
- Open Access Architecture (West Wave)
- Open Access Archive
- Open Agent Architecture
- Operational Assessment Analysis
- Operations, Activities and Actions
Samples in periodicals archive:
A: The Older Americans Act is up for reauthorization this year.
The Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) was implemented under the Older Americans Act (Title III).
The recent renewal of the federal Older Americans Act will lead to increases in federal, state and local coordination and support for consumer choice when it comes to long-term care, according to supporters.
Establishing a new title under the Older Americans Act to create aging and disability resource centers as a single point of entry in each region across the country, charged to coordinate health and aging programs and ensure access to diverse populations.
Takamura has a long track record in developing long term care legislation, including creation of a modernized Older Americans Act and establishment of the National Family Caregiver Support program in 2000.
It also discusses the Older Americans Act, the Federal legislation establishing the AoA and authorizing a range of programs that offer services and opportunities to older Americans and their caregivers; see www.