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Generating fresh ideas and new ways of doing things can help senior nutrition programs as they navigate challenges and work to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world, from public health emergencies to meeting the needs of a new generation of older adults. Discover how programs across the country are identifying innovative and creative practices to improve services, diversifying funding, and improving the health of recipients.
 

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  • Senior Nutrition Programs: Restaurant Program Toolkit — Key features of restaurant programs, how to create them, and promising practices for implementation and sustainability in one kit from the Nutrition and Aging Resource Center
  • Behavior Design Toolkit— CDC toolkit for applying behavioral design strategies to help guests make healthier choices at the meal site
  • Sharing Our Space— Resources for developing and enhancing intergenerational sites from Generations United and the Eisner Foundation

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Last modified on 06/03/2024


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