(Cedar Rapids, Iowa) The Heritage Area Agency on Aging announces that the Senior Tote Program, a local collaborative effort between
The Heritage Agency and HACAP Food Reservoir, received an Aging Achievement Award by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a).
A new version (v3) of the budget forms has been posted due to formula errors dicovered by an Applicant. Please see the details below. You can find the new forms under Public Notices. Effective 2:45 pm on 1/19/17.
The RFP for is available for you to download. Please go to the home tab and click on Public Notices. You will find the form in there. If you have any questions please contact Kellie Elliott-Kappros at Kellie.elliott-Kapparos@Kirkwood.edu.
The Heritage Area Agency on Aging has issued a public notice on this website announcing the upcoming Request for Proposal (RFP) timeline and release. Please see notice on this website for more information or contact Kellie Elliott-Kapparos at 319-398-5559, ext. 5142.
The Heritage Area Agency on Aging, the Agency for Eastern Iowa, is pleased to announce the launch of LifeLong Links™, a statewide service for aging Iowans, Iowans with disabilities, veterans and their caregivers as they begin to plan for long-term independent living.
Subaru’s seventh “Share the Love” event supports eastern Iowa’s seniors
The Heritage Agency is proud to announce it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Meals on Wheels America for its participation in Subaru of America’s seventh annual “Share the Love” event. During the event held from November 20, 2014 through January 2, 2015, Subaru of America, Inc. donated $250 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased to the customer’s choice of participating charities, including Meals on Wheels America, of which The Heritage Agency is a member.
The Iowa Department on Aging received a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to prevent falls by at-risk Iowans, a leading cause of injury-related emergency room visits and deaths for Iowans aged 65 or older.
"Increasing the variety and availability of evidence-based fall prevention programs throughout the state is key to reducing the number of fall-related injuries and deaths among older Iowans and Iowans with disabilities," said Iowa Department on Aging Director Donna Harvey.