Senior nutrition program providers have admirably risen to meet the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 public health emergency – transitioning service delivery models to align with stay-at-home orders, expanding services to meet the growing need, initiating new technologies to connect virtually, engaging new volunteers, and more. Critical to these efforts has been the ability to leverage existing relationships with key stakeholders (i.e., community-based organizations, food retailers, healthcare providers, food system partners, technology providers), as well as establish new and/or non-traditional partnerships to meet the evolving needs of older adults in providers’ communities.
Join the NRCNA to virtually celebrate and explore these successes as well as expand your ability to build capacity, maintain resiliency and drive innovative partnerships into the future as the COVID-19 response and recovery efforts continue. Attendees of this session will also have the opportunity to register to participate in a series of follow-up asset mapping workshops focusing on different partnerships, beginning on September 10. Learn more here.