This article from Dr. Manoj Pardasani of Fordham University highlights current issues in senior center advocacy, as New York City senior centers are slated to lose almost $17 million in funding and may close up to 65 senior centers.
The Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging has provided funding to state and local agencies and organizations across the country to implement evidence-based programs focused on chronic disease self-management, falls prevention, physical activity, healthy eating, and more. Attend this webinar for a description of common benefits and challenges to implementing evidence-based programs in senior centers. Helpful resources and successful strategies between senior centers and state and local partners will be featured.
View this charter to learn more about the 2017 Learning Collaborative focused on Network Development.
View this charter to learn more about the 2017 Learning Collaborative focused on Medicare Reimbursement for CDSME Programs
Join Howard Bedlin and Marci Phillips of the National Council on Aging for an update on the current health care debate as well as strategies to reach out to your members of Congress. Tips and resources for effectively communicating the importance of Chronic Disease Self-Management Education and Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs will be shared.