Programs address prevention, chronic disease self-management, and more.
- Behavioral Health - ACL provides resources for supporting behavioral health to aging and disability network community-based organizations.
- Brain Health - Information and tips about understanding and maintaining a healthy brain.
- Care Transitions - This effort supports states to strengthen the Aging and Disability Resource Centers in implementing evidence-based care transition models to engage older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers for improving care transitions.
- Centers for Independent Living - These community-based non-profit organizations are consumer controlled and promote and practice the independent living philosophy. They offer a wide range of services, including many that can improve the health and wellness of people with disabilities. Many offer support in navigating health and service systems.
- Chronic Disease Self-Management - These programs provide people with disabilities and older adults with education and tools to help them manage chronic conditions.
- Diabetes Self-Management - ACL provides tools and resources for community-based organizations to help individuals manage their diabetes.
- Falls Prevention - These grants use evidence-based community programs to reduce falls, which is a leading cause of injury for older adults.
- Health Promotion - Grants to states and territories support programs for older adults to promote healthy lifestyles and support healthy behaviors.
- HIV/AIDS - ACL provides tools and resources for helping people living with HIV/AIDS, particularly as they age.
- I Can Do It! - This program helps schools offer physical fitness and nutrition education to students with disabilities.
- Nutrition - Grants to states support nutrition services for older adults across the country through home-delivered meal and congregate meal providers.
- Oral Health - ACL promotes innovative oral health programs and provides information about this health issue.
- University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs) – ACL-funded centers at universities in every state and territory work to improve the health and well-being of people with developmental disabilities by training health professionals, conducting cutting-edge research, offering model diagnostic and clinical services, and providing resources for individuals, families and professionals.