Ann Hoy, a lung cancer survivor from Cape May, NJ, discusses the importance of her local CDSMP program in her quest to regain her health.
Jo Carolyn Dent-Clark, Executive Director of ECHO, Inc., in Trenton, NJ, attributes much of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program’s (CDSMP) dramatic, life-changing effects to the program’s emphasis on open communication.
Bonnie Kratzer, Parish Nurse and Lifestyle Management Coordinator, Cape May County Regional Medical Center, describes the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program’s (CDSMP) philosophy and methods as well as its remarkable health benefits.
Bernice Harvey of Trenton, NJ, describes how participating in a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) helped her once again enjoy the activities she loves most.
Learn about innovative projects Wisconsin is piloting to increase health promotion programs in rural communities. They’ll share their work and results from a 16-county process improvement strategy that aims to help jumpstart rural communities and explain the results and lessons learned. They will also explain a referral initiative with rural communities based on the understanding that everyday medical providers serve individuals that could benefit from self-management education. Learn different referral models rural Wisconsin communities have piloted that increase participation in EBPs. Hear best practices, lessons learned, and ways you can work with smaller health care systems to reach more of your population.
This national survey provided an opportunity for senior centers to share information about current falls prevention programming, past successes, awareness of and participation in Falls Prevention Awareness Day, and how NCOA’s National Falls Prevention Resource Center can better serve their needs.
Read tips, success stories, and innovative approaches for offering Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) programs in rural communities.
The plan provides specific strategies and action steps to affect sustained initiatives that reduce falls among older adults through a framework of action over the next 5-10 years.
This flyer provides older adults with 6 ways they can eat well and improve their nutrition as they age.
Share our infographic with information about the Chronic Disease Self-Management (CDSME) program’s success.