The National Association for Hispanic Elderly/Association Nacional Pro Personas Mayors (NAHE) is focused on accomplishing social change by concentrating on the necessities of low-salary minority and Hispanic/Latino more established people, along these lines affecting the Hispanic/Latino people group and the country all in all. NAHE has faith in the privilege of every individual to have a nice and honourable life. As a result of this conviction, NAHE endeavours to give some noticeable method for accomplishing such a lifestyle, particularly for low-salary more established people, a hefty portion of whom, due to dialect and social contrasts, are more defenceless than their peers. Because of the necessities of this low-salary more established people, NAHE is focused on giving bicultural models of administration through monetary improvement programs, wellbeing instruction, lodging, business, and preparing programs.
NAHE is additionally dedicated to working in association with open and private associations that are likewise eager to advocate with us to insurance access to all advantages and administrations for those more seasoned people with the best social and financial needs. Mindful of continuous societal changes, NAHE endeavours to stay open and inventive in their dedication to serve Hispanics/Latinos and other low-pay communities. The extent of NAHE's work incorporates more established laborer business programs, direct administrations for the elderly, group monetary advancement ventures, reasonable lodging, wellbeing instruction programs, spearheading exploration, preparing and specialized help, workmanship and society programs, model activities, and grant winning bilingual media creations. NAHE right now controls one of the national Senior Community Service Employment Projects subsidized through the U.S. Branch of Labour, a Senior Environmental Employment Project supported by the U.S.
NAHE is likewise the national grantee for the U.S. NAHE has a developed national system of consented to arrangements with more than 500 open and private group based associations, charitable wellbeing suppliers, and religious holy places and associations. In the course of recent years, NAHE has given more than 60,000 paid employments for low-salary more established specialists and has produced an extra 14,000 occupations outside of their stipend program in both the private and not-for-profit parts. These administrations are the best case of NAHE's effect on the life of a great many Hispanics/Latinos and other low-wage more established people and their families all through the United States and Puerto Rico.Read More»