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Building the capacity of senior nutrition programs

The Nutrition and Aging Resource Center builds the capacity of senior nutrition programs funded by the Older Americans Act (OAA) to provide high-quality, person-centered services and to assist ACL and stakeholders with identifying opportunities to enhance program sustainability and resiliency. OAA-funded senior nutrition programs work to reduce food insecurity, hunger, and malnutrition; enhance socialization; and promote health and well-being of older adults. More about us.

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Tip sheets, guides, and other tools for program management and community engagement


Information on the OAA, federal requirements, data, reporting, evaluation, and more


Resources for Innovations in Nutrition (INNU) grantees and highlights from replicable projects

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Instructional Campus on Aging Nutrition (ican!) interactive training


 Subscribe to Nutrition and Aging Newseldercare locator: Find a local nutrition site


Malnutrition Awareness Week. ASPEN: American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.September 18-22, 2023
The Nutrition and Aging Resource Center is an official ambassador of ASPEN Malnutrition Awareness WeekTM
Malnutrition Awareness WeekTM is a mark of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN).
Used with permission from ASPEN.



Materials on this website represent the work of many contributors, including current and former Nutrition and Aging Resource Center teams, ACL staff and consultants, and other subject matter experts. There may be some variation in product branding, but all materials are regularly reviewed to ensure quality and accuracy.

Last modified on 09/20/2023

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