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Through the Aging Network Capacity Building Program, n4a provides useful data, training and resources that enhance strategic operations and business planning within AAA and Title VI programs.

Aging Network Capacity Building Program

Under a three-year grant from the U.S. Administration on Aging, n4a partners with Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University in Oxford to implement a multi-level initiative to build the capacity of the National Aging Network. This national effort focuses on boosting leadership and management skills and practices of AAA and Title VI programs, thus enhancing their ability to meet the needs of aging communities now and in the future. The major objectives under the Aging Network Capacity Building Program include:

  • Expand the knowledge base of AAA and Title VI programs regarding cutting-edge operations through targeted surveys.

  • Provide intensive training and technical assistance opportunities to AAA and Title VI staff.

  • Enhance and support the knowledge base and the leadership of AAA and Title VI programs governance boards.

AAA/Title VI Survey Reports

Access the latest data and reports from AAA and Title VI programs that discuss the implications for building the capacity of the network for providing quality home and community-based services and supports.

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