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What’s new in multiple chronic conditions?
In a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) webinar last week, NCOA President Jim Firman showed how the NCOA-led Self-Management Alliance (SMA) is working to improve health care for individuals with multiple chronic conditions. The webinar also featured speakers from HHS, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and the National Institutes of Health discussing how their agencies are addressing goals outlined in the HHS Multiple Chronic Conditions Strategic Framework.
Download the presentation | Learn more about the SMA
Center for Healthy Aging founder included on AARP "influential" list
Nancy Whitelaw, PhD, was named as one of the "50 over 50" whose work has had a major impact on the quality of life of our nation’s older adults. Dr. Whitelaw founded the Center for Healthy Aging and is currently a senior fellow with NCOA.
Read about Dr. Whitelaw’s impact | Get to know Nancy
Free online diabetes self-management workshops
NCOA is conducting a national pilot of Better Choices, Better Health®—Diabetes, an online self-management program for adults with type 2 diabetes. Participation is free through March 31, 2013.
Learn more about this opportunity | Sign up today
Senior centers help older adults stay healthy
Senior centers are key players in delivering evidence-based healthy aging programs, according to a survey conducted by NCOA’s National Institute of Senior Centers. Over 90% of centers said they offer programs to help seniors manage chronic conditions, reduce falls, manage their medications, and more.
See more survey results
Eating well as you age
Healthy eating is important for everyone. But it can be even more critical for people as they age, especially if they’re living with a chronic condition. Get tips on how to choose and pay for healthy food, then test your knowledge with our short quiz.
Get nutrition tips | Help a hungry senior this holiday
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