A key emphasis is placed on evidence-based programs, which have been documented through robust research, to produce improved health outcomes like increased function, reduced falls, and better control of chronic disease symptoms.
Training and coordination of evidence-based health promotion programs is offered throughout the state through the Living Well Center for Excellence, located out of MAC, Inc. Learn more about the development of the center here and connect to Mac, Inc. here.
The Maryland Department of Aging works with the Living Well Center of Excellence, Area Agencies on Aging and other state departments and community-based organizations to support health promotion programming and provide technical assistance by:
The Maryland Department of Aging is seeking proposals from local governments or non-profit organizations committed to serving older adults in group housing settings. The application will close on October 24, 2018.
More information and submission instructions is available here: https://gn.ecivis.com/GO/gn_redir/T/1buned2i3vrd9
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