The National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging

The NRCNA’s purpose is to build the capacity of senior nutrition programs funded by the Older Americans Act (OAA) to provide high quality, person-centered services, and to assist ACL and stakeholders to identify current and emerging issues and opportunities to enhance program sustainability and resiliency. The intent of the OAA senior nutrition program is to: reduce food insecurity, hunger and malnutrition; enhance socialization; and promote health and well-being.

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Resources for current and future older adult populations and nutrition training and technical assistance to the aging network.

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Resources to assist State Units on Aging, Area Agencies on Aging, Nutrition Program Managers, Kitchen Staff, Nutritionists, and Rural & Tribal Providers to ensure delivery of high quality nutrition services.

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Find examples from the Aging Network of highly innovative programs to assist State Units on Aging, Area Agencies on Aging, Nutrition Program Managers, Kitchen Staff, Nutritionists, and Rural & Tribal Providers to create new models for nutrition service delivery.

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Get consumer-oriented materials about good nutrition, food and nutrition programs, maintaining health and well-being and the importance of maintaining social connections.

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Find reports, briefings and data about federal food and nutrition programs for older adults, older adult health and nutrition, and the importance of social connections.