We envision a society in which all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders age with dignity and well-being
Teamwork and Collaboration
A commitment to common goals based on open and honest communication while showing concern, support, and encouragement for one another. This includes working together to resolve conflict and lend a hand to whomever or wherever help is needed.
Identifying, fully considering, and appropriately advancing NAPCA’s mission to preserve and promote the dignity, well-being, and quality of life of AAPIs and other diverse populations as they age.
Commitment to building an environment comprised of a variety of different cultures, backgrounds, experiences, perspectives, values, and beliefs. NAPCA celebrates this diversity to foster creativity and innovation, and maximize individual potential.
Supports a culture and environment of enabling individual development and independence through the advancement of skills, authority, opportunity, and motivation.
Commitment to Excellence
Striving for the highest quality in the delivery of our programs, services, and products. This means being accountable for our actions, delivering on commitments, thinking creatively, and improving continuously.
Embracing Employee Culture…
…showcasing that we enjoy working hard and playing hard!
With over 40 years of working on behalf of AAPI older adults, NAPCA is more committed than ever to promoting their dignity, well-being, and quality of life.
What motivates us? Respect. Honor. Love.
We want to ensure that AAPI elders have the programs and services they need wherever they live in the U.S. That’s why we’re building the capacity of mainstream service providers to be culturally competent and linguistically appropriate. And that’s why we’re adamant that the input of our older adults are taken into account in all decisions that affect them.
There are over 50 AAPI ethnicities that speak over 100 languages. As diverse as we are as AAPIs, the common thread that ties us together is our families. Our parents, and grandparents before them, have instilled the value of family above all things, and that’s what makes our AAPI elders so special.
Over the generations, AAPI families who have immigrated to the U.S. have given us gifts from their host cultures, including language, cuisines, arts, religion, talents, customs, music, and courtesies. As a result, our lives are richer because of the elders who have come before us.
Chronic Disease Self-Management
Brain Health Messaging Project
Preventing Medicare Fraud
Community Based Capacity Building Initiative
Medicare Part D Enrollment Assistance
"Healthy Eating, Healthy Aging" Nutrition Intervention
“Ask NAPCA” Columns
Dual Eligible Video Project
I liked the phone calls because it made me gain interest and keep track of monitoring my blood pressure.H.L.CCC Participant
I'm thankful for the health educational resources you have provided. I have learnedA.T.Healthy Eating, Healthy Aging Participant
how to maintain more balanced diets and the amount of sodium to consume. We wish
you can come back with more topics on other health like how to improve cognition and
health prevention etc.
I called the Helpline to help me enroll in a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. After reviewing my current plan and medications, which cost over $7,450 per year, NAPCA staff helped me enroll in a new Part D plan that would cost $1,200 per year, saving me $6,250.W.K.Multilingual Helpline Caller
This class has taught me a lot about my chronic disease, diabetes, and not being healthy. This class has changed my way of eating and now I eat healthy foods, such as salads and vegetables, and I have reduced cooking in oil. I want to be healthy and not have diabetes. After taking this class, I am more confident and making the right choices.N.C.CDSMP Participant