- 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
- Serving Diverse Older Adults
- Volunteer Resource Center
National Aging and Disability Transportation CenterThe National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) promotes the availability and accessibility of transportation options for seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers and communities. NADTC is funded by the Federal Transit administration with guidance from the Administration for Community Living, and co-administered by n4a and Easter Seals. NADTC provides technical assistance and information & referral; gathers and shares best practices; provides training and outreach; and administers community grants. NADTC activities also include a focus on effectively leveraging the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act’s (MAP-21) Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and People with Disabilities formula grants and other transit investments.
For consumers, the NADTC and the Eldercare Locator work together to ensure that older adults who contact either program are able to obtain information about transportation resources available in their local community and access transportation services when they need a ride.
To learn more, visit www.nadtc.org or contact Melissa Gray.
NADTC Press Release
Inclusive Coordinated Transportation Partnership Project
One-Call/One-Click Operations GuideAs a technical assistance partner in the Veterans Transportation Community Living Initiative (VTCLI), n4a developed a One-Call/One-Click Operations Guide, intended as a reference tool to aid communities in developing transportation resource centers regardless of size, complexity or stage of development. Topics addressed in the Operations Guide include planning, standards and protocols, staffing, quality assurance, resource management, reporting and outreach and marketing. There is also a separate chapter called “Just the Basics” designed to assist those who are in the early stages of development. Download the complete Operations Guide or separate chapters. For more information on the Operations Guide, contact Virginia Dize.
Virginia Dize, Program Director, Transportation and Co-Director, NADTC
Melissa Gray, Program Manager, NADTC
Yolanda Stewart, Program Assistant/Information Specialist, NADTC