This webinar will provide a thorough review of the National Falls Prevention Database that you will use to enter the ACL/AoA Evidence-based Falls Prevention grantee data. The webinar will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions of Senior Services of Seattle, who has designed the database and will be your key contact on matters related to data entry and data reporting. Anyone involved with data collection and entry for your grant should attend this webinar, including individuals at partner sites.
The presentation will cover the status of the CHW workforce (emerging definitions and skill requirements) and the growing emphasis on CHWs in prevention and management of chronic conditions among key federal partners such as CDC and NIH. It will address the unique contributions of CHWs in both categorical programs and new team-based care models of CDM in primary care settings, and the various approaches of state governments toward development of policy infrastructure to support the employment of CHWs.
This webinar will feature an overview of current trends in older adult behavioral health (specifically anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention) by a national expert, paired with presentations by representatives from two community organizations that are successfully engaging older adults in behavioral health interventions.
The results of the 2014 CDSME Integrated Services Delivery System Assessment Tool (completed by all 22 AoA grantees) have been compiled and analyzed. Learn how we’re faring as a network with regard to building sustainable systems to deliver CDSME programs, and identify opportunities to expand and enhance these systems in your state.