On March 6, HHS leaders visited the Walter Reed Community and Senior Center in Arlington, Virginia, where older adults participate in a wide variety of programs to help them stay healthy, engaged, and living in the community. Part of a network of community senior centers across the country, it has something for everyone — from line dancing, art classes, ping pong and billiards to legal assistance and help with understanding social security benefits. The center also offers nutrition education and a hot meal every day, made possible through local support as well as grant funding from HHS’ Administration for Community Living. In honor of National Nutrition Month®, HHS Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan and ACL Administrator Lance Robertson toured the facility and met with staff and participants at the center to hear about how the program works – and the difference it makes for seniors. Read more at https://acl.gov/node/2661/

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