The Administration for Community Living (ACL), Office of Nutrition and Health Promotion Programs (ONHPP), in collaboration with consultant Tim McNeill, is excited to announce the kick-off of TIM Talks. This monthly webinar series will feature discussion of various business acumen related topics in an inviting question and answer format. This first webinar is invitation-only, and we invite YOU to join us on TUESDAY April 12, 2:00 – 3:30 pm Eastern Time.
This first webinar will include an overview of opportunities for sharpening the business acumen of aging and disability networks, a discussion of bundled payments with Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement, and of course, open Q&A on anything business acumen related. We challenge you to stump Tim with your questions!
This webinar will present what the research tell us about falls among adults aging with long-term physical and sensory disabilities, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries and cerebral palsy, and visual impairment. Falls prevention and management strategies for this growing population will be described. Program examples from the aging and disability communities will be highlighted.
Mental health and aging coalitions across the country have been successful at fostering partnerships between the mental health and aging services networks. This webinar will highlight the work of the National Coalition on Mental Health and Aging and coalitions in Georgia and Illinois to address the mental health needs of older adults by integrating services and supports.
Please join Neal Kaufman and Katy Plant from Canary Health to learn more about online Better Choices, Better Health®, with a focus on the program’s appeal to potential health care partners. Strategies for increasing the program’s reach and sustainability will be highlighted.
Community-Integrated Health Care Webinar Series, Part 3. Partnering with a health care organization is important, but it doesn’t ensure that your CDSME workshops will be filled. Foresight and collaborative planning are required to develop processes for obtaining and tracking referrals, enrolling participants in workshops, and filling seats. Join us for a panel discussion featuring three experts in the field who will share their strategies for implementing centralized and coordinated referral and enrollment processes, including data management, that have led to their success in working with health care systems.