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Grantee Spotlight

 

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 Enhanced Ten Tips for Adults (e-TTA)

University of New England's partnership with students to educate rural older adults in Maine on eating more fruits and vegetables, increasing physical activity, and purchasing healthy foods on a budget.

 

Equipping Senior Centers for the Next Emergency

Kentucky State Cabinet for Health's Emergency Preparedness Blueprint for senior centers and congregate sites. 

 

a silver pot Virtual Cooking Initiative

The New York City Department for the Aging’s virtual nutrition counseling, education, and mental health intervention for older New Yorkers.

 

smart speaker Connecting Seniors to Care

Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston's exploration of how the virtual assistant technology can improve health outcomes, reduce isolation, and help older adults age in place.

 

lightbulb Texas Congregate Meal Initiative

Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s modernization of congregate programs to improve well-being, expand benefits, and impact social determinant of health outcomes.

 

phone in hand Controlled Trial of the BE WITH Innovation

Georgia State University's short-term warm calling program to enhance social connectedness and decrease risk of suicide in older adults.

 


Last modified on 01/03/2024


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