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See the the list of state and community-based organizations newly funded to implement evidence-based CDSME and falls prevention programs. The 2017 CDSME grantees plan to reach about 38,000 older adults and adults with disabilities over the next 3 years and the falls prevention grantees expect to reach 24,022.
Use this tip sheet to explore partnerships with correctional facilities to implement evidence-based programs that can improve the health of prisoners both while they are incarcerated and after they are released.
Check out this symposium on July 23 at 9-10:30 a.m. at the IAGG conference in San Francisco. Experts from NCOA, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Washington will share current findings on innovative models of care coordination and evidence-based programs.
Attend this webinar to learn more about the impact of malnutrition on health care costs, health outcomes, and overall quality of life. Presenters will share details about the Community Malnutrition Resource Hub, a compilation of resources to help identify and address malnutrition.Find out more »
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