Senior Corps & Health Benefits

Learn More by Downloading Key Study Materials
 

Study Issue Brief

Download the issue brief on the study

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Study Press Release

View a press release on the study

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Full Senior Companions/Foster Grandparents Report

View the entire report in the Evidence Exchange

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Additional Resources
 

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Learn why Senior Corps volunteers are healthier, less depressed, and more connected compared to those who do not volunteer regularly.

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Dr. Deborah Carr, Chair of the Sociology Dept. at Boston University and Editor-in-Chief at Journals of Gerontology, Social Sciences, discusses the impacts and research methodologies of the Senior Corps research.

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Senior Corps volunteers from RSVP, Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions programs describe the health benefits they receive from volunteering.

 

 

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