Advancing Into Future Readiness is a series of events and discussions geared toward providing aging network programs a platform for future-focused dialogue around the evolving role of senior nutrition services.
The series will explore promising practices for modernizing senior nutrition programs and engage the aging and nutrition networks in exploring opportunities for collaboration. 

Strengthen Your State and Local Aging Plan: A Practical Guide to Expanding the Inclusion of LGBT Older Adults

July 11, 2017

As the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) older adult population grows, many Aging Network providers are starting to consider their needs and incorporate their perspectives in the planning process. By making some simple changes, LGBT populations can be brought to the table as aging services and programs are designed, implemented, and evaluated. This guide… Read more »

Toolkit: Keeping Up with Health Care Organizations: Understanding the Value Proposition as Integrated Care Progresses

October 25, 2016

On December 9th last year, we provided a webinar with Sharon Williams. In this previous webinar, Sharon discussed how nutrition program could align their services with the key issues that drive healthcare organizations’ primary needs. She also focused on consumer and compliance needs. This follow-up webinar  was a continuation of that topic. It featured key crosswalk… Read more »

Toolkit: Positioning Your HCBS Program in the Healthcare Market

November 3, 2016

Positioning Your HCBS Program in the Healthcare Market The healthcare landscape is changing rapidly and the need for home and community-based services (HCBS) is rising. Becoming familiar with new terminology, understanding the healthcare marketplace and developing partnerships in your network are essential to your program’s sustainability. These FREE webinars are part of a four-part series… Read more »

What Are the Components of a Quality Nutrition Program? Part 1 (Slides)

September 15, 2015

A slide deck from the first webinar in our series. Description: Quality nutrition programs are an essential part of current and future home and community based service systems. Over 4,000 Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs are implemented in states and local communities throughout the U.S. These programs serve a diverse population, address hunger and food insecurity… Read more »