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July 2, 2024 | Elliot Kennedy, Deputy Administrator for Policy and Evaluation
In this policy round-up:
Performing the duties of ACL Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging
Performing the duties of ACL Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging
June 3, 2024 | Rebecca Kinney, Director, Office of Healthcare Information and Counseling
Each year, Medicare loses an estimated $60 billion due to fraud, errors, and abuse. Fraud happens every day — from charges for supplies that were never received to coercion to share financial information and Medicare numbers. Fraud can happen to anyone, and its impact on individuals and families can be devastating.
May 29, 2024 | Dana Fink
At least one-third of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) also have a mental health disability. I am proud to be one of them and to be able to work on programs at the Administration for Community Living (ACL) that facilitate our meaningful engagement in the community.
May 28, 2024 | Kari Benson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging
Have you ever tried to make an important call only to realize your phone battery is too low? What if you needed to call 911 to get help? Keeping our rechargeable devices powered up can be an important part of staying safe and healthy. The same is true of people and communities. Keeping them powered up through connection helps us stay at our best.
Performing the duties of ACL Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging 
To close Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), we are sharing this letter from Alison Barkoff, who leads ACL, Jeff Hild, who leads the Administration for Children and Families, and Admiral Rachel Levine, the HHS Assistant Secretary for Health, which was written to improve support for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who experience sexual violence – and to prevent it f

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