- Answers on Aging: Financial Exploitation
- Answers on Aging: Pharmacy Benefits
- Building Capacity
- Business Institute
- Dementia Friendly America
- Eldercare Locator
- engAGED: The National Resource Center for Engaging Older Adults
- Livable Communities
- Medicare & Benefits Enrollment
- Volunteer Resource Center
As America ages and the social service and health care sectors evolve to meet the growing needs, it is critical for the Aging Network to have information and tools to respond to these changes. With funding through the Administration for Community Living, n4a supports the Aging Network by systematically tracking, analyzing and disseminating information on the evolving roles, services and trends of the Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)s and Title VI Native American aging programs. The Capacity Building initiative is implemented by n4a with support from Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University in Oxford, OH.
- National Survey of Area Agencies on Aging 2017 Report and Toolkit (2017)
- Trends and New Directions: Area Agencies on Aging Survey (2014)
- Advancing Health and Long-Term Services and Supports (2011)
- Advancing Access for Home and Community-Based Services (2009)
- Housing and Homelessness: Services and Partnerships to Address a Growing Issue (2018) New!
- Rural AAAs: Structure and Services (2018) New!
- Measuring the Value of AAA Services: Making the Case to Health Care Partners (2018) Updated!
- Supporting America’s Aging Prisoner Population: Opportunities & Challenges for Area Agencies on Aging (2017)
- Innovative Service Delivery (2017)
- Information Technology in Area Agencies on Aging: Special Focus on Regional Networks/Consortia (2017)
- Veteran-Directed Home and Community-Based Services (2017)
- Evidence-Based Programming (2017)
- Trends in Funding and Payer Sources (2017)
- Information Technology and the Aging Network: Opportunities to Enhance Information Technology Capacity (By Altarum Institute with funding from n4a)
- Information Technology in Area Agencies on Aging: Report from the 2015 National AAA Survey (2016)
Scripps Gerontology Center of Excellence at Miami University
Meredith Hanley, Director, Community Capacity Building