Webinar Series: Engaging Community Health Workers in Evidence-Based Programs

February 17, 2022

Join the ACL National Falls Prevention and CDSME Resource Centers (operated by the National Council on Aging) for a four-part webinar series that aims to raise awareness about the role of Community Health Workers (CHWs) in the implementation of evidence-based programs, discuss avenues for sustaining and reimbursing CHWs, and highlight how CHWs can help organizations reach diverse populations and address social determinants of health factors. 

Community Health Workers (other titles include peer health educators, lay health advocates, community health representatives, promotoras, or community resource coordinators) serve as a connection between medical and social services and their communities. 

Registration Details:

The webinar series include four live 60-minute webinars on February 22, March 9, 16, and 24. 

Registration is FREE, and registrants will have access to both the live webinars and recordings. 

Register for the webinars at the links below:

In case of questions, please email Binod Suwal

ACL funds the National Falls Prevention and National Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) Resource Centers to provide technical assistance, education, and resources for the national CDSME and Falls Prevention network of partners.


Last modified on 02/17/2022


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