Listen to this presentation to learn about strategies, benefits, and challenges of moving senior centers to wellness with academic-community-based partnerships.
In Iowa, falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury deaths, hospitalizations, and emergency department visits. Listen to this presentation to learn about Iowa’s fall prevention partnership with traumatic brain injury organizations as a way of sustaining fall prevention efforts.
Listen to this session to learn about various models for engaging first responders to address falls prevention in communities, including referrals into evidence-based falls prevention programs.
Listen to this presentation to learn about an innovative community integrated health care partnership approach that not only increases participation in chronic disease evidence-based programs, but improves the way in which health care providers and community-based organizations work together to deliver coordinated care to older adults to promote healthy aging.
Listen to this presentation to learn how the Community Choice Health and Education Network increased sustainability by increasing program integration through coordination among direct and indirect partners.
Fit & Strong! worked with Catholic Charities of Southern Minnesota and Volunteers of America to train 42 instructors, who were RSVP Senior Corps volunteers and staff, over 9 months. This sustainable model is thriving with 3 Master Trainers in place and 3 more to be trained next month.
The Montana Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (CDPHP) Bureau has reduced duplication of work both at the state and local levels by creating a coordinated contract among the bureaus individual programs. Local programs are now making connections for more collaborated outreach, education, and service delivery into the community.
Getting started with network development can be daunting, and many of the experts are so advanced that it’s hard to know how you’ll ever get there. Listen to this panel discussion to hear about early stage experiences, lessons learned, the challenges we faced, helpful resources, and how we moved forward.
Listen to this presentation to learn how we created an integrated network of cross sector partners to grow our A Matter of Balance and Chronic Disease Self-Management Education programs to be the largest and most successful in the state.