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We support the expansion and sustainability of evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programs in the community and online through collaboration with national, state, and community partners. Our goal is to help older adults live longer and healthier lives.

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Find solutions for malnutrition among older adults.
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Explore evidence-based behavioral health programs for older adults.
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Find information about the annual National Chronic Disease Self-Management Education and Falls Prevention Resource Centers Meeting.
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News


National Council of Aging and the Aging and Disability Business Institute Select Participants in Medicare Advantage Learning Collaborative

Learn more about the 11 organizations selected to participate, with the goal of increasing the knowledge and skills needed to successfully pursue contracts with Medicare Advantage plans.

Medicare Advantage supplemental benefits provide new opportunities for the aging network

Learn more about recent changes to the “primarily health related” supplemental benefits that can be offered by Medicare Advantage plans and what this means for the aging network.

Check out 6 new evidence-based health promotion programs

The new programs will be included on the pre-approved list for future discretionary funding opportunities through the Administration for Community Living.