Resuming “New Normal” Operations: A Peer-to Peer-Exchange for Urban Programs

Senior nutrition programs across the country are transitioning in ways large and small to “new normal” operations as localities and states are reopening to resume economic activity. Implementing “new normal” operations will differ from community to community, particularly along geographic lines. As such, the National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging (NRCNA) and the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs (NANASP) will be hosting two virtual peer-to-peer exchanges – one for rural programs on Tuesday, May 26 and one for urban programs Thursday, May 28. Participants will review available national plans for community reopening, hear what is working around the country in the time of COVID-19 and share questions and concerns about what lies ahead.

In this webinar, you will:
• Hear how senior nutrition programs are preparing to transition to “new normal” operations;
• Explore opportunities and strategies for the future that you apply locally; and
• Gain practice-informed insights for providing home-delivered meals and congregate nutrition programming to seniors in both rural and urban settings.

To register for Resuming “New Normal” Operations: A Peer-to Peer-Exchange for Urban Programs click here