Future Directions of Title V: Community Service Employment for Older Americans : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Human Services of the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, August 2, 1988

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Page 51 - American Association of Retired Persons 1909 K Street, NW Washington, DC 20049 (202) 728-4729 American Association of Retired Persons 1909 K Street.
Page 26 - League operates primarily in cities, while the National Council of Senior Citizens, the American Association of Retired Persons, the National Council on Aging, and the National Association for Hispanic Elderly operate mainly in urban and suburban areas, and in a few rural areas.
Page 126 - With the help of increased funding and by transferring resources from "over-served" regions in California, NCSC founded a Chinatown Senior AIDES project. Working in cooperation with the Chinese Committee on Aging, this Title V project is meeting the varied needs of the non-English speaking Asian community. Senior Aides work as interpreters in Social Security offices, police stations, community service agencies and in the Superior Court . They staff literacy programs , employment services, crime prevention...
Page 1 - Older American Community Service Employment Act". OLDER AMERICAN COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM SEC. 902. (a) In order to foster and promote useful part-time work opportunities in community service activities for unemployed low-income persons who are fiftyfive years...
Page 112 - ... persons who are knowledgeable with regard to the needs of older persons; (L) will authorize pay for necessary transportation costs of eligible individuals which may be incurred in employment in any project funded under this title, in accordance with regulations promulgated by the Secretary; (M) will assure, that to the extent feasible, such project will serve the needs of minority, limited English-speaking, and Indian eligible individuals in proportion to their numbers in the State and take into...
Page 73 - Subcommittee, my name is David Liederman and I am the Executive Director of the Child Welfare League of America.
Page 16 - I would like to thank you for providing me with the opportunity to address you this morning concerning the experiences of consumers and the state insurance departments with the federal Employee Retirement and Income Security Act, also know as "ERISA".
Page 24 - Senate, also available through the Subcommittee on Human Services, Select Committee on Aging, US House of Representatives...
Page 127 - Angeles projects now employ nearly 300 Senior Aides, virtually all of them of Mexican descent. Many of these older workers are also bilingual and work as translators at homeless shelters, rape hot lines, legal service offices and health clinics. These Senior Aides staff child day care centers and after- school youth programs , permitting single mothers to get jobs instead of public assistance . They work in Alcohol and Drug Abuse projects, in literacy programs and, as trained teacher aides, help...
Page 73 - Statement of David S. Liederman, Executive Director, Child Welfare League of America, Washington, DC Mr.

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