A recording of the first webinar in our series. Please note, you will be asked to complete a brief (free) registration form in order to access this recording.
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 needs, assist in maintaining health and well-being and help older adults remain as independent as possible in the community.
Nutrition programs need to modernize operations, integrate across parallel service systems, demonstrate performance and value to a variety of stakeholders, enhance their business acumen and diversify their funding.
This webinar addresses challenges confronting nutrition service programs and set the stage for a series of webinars entitled “Advancing into Future Readiness.”
- Author: Lloyd, J., Administration on Aging (AoA)
- Publisher: National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging (NRCNA)
- Posted: February 12, 2013
- Type: Articles & Documents