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Building An Age-Friendly Ecosystem in Mississippi

A production of Trust for America’s Health’s (TFAH) Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Initiative. This quarterly podcast, hosted by TFAH’s President and CEO Dr. J. Nadine Gracia, will feature conversations with leaders in the age-friendly public health systems movement on challenges, opportunities, and model programs, with a focus on the role public health can play in helping older adults thrive.

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What's Public Health got to do with... Promoting and Sustaining Equitable Healthy Aging?

State and local health departments across the country are beginning to prioritize older adult health and well-being and are hungry for guidance, resources, and tools to help expand their programs and policies in this area.

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TFAH Launches AFPHS Phase III with Public Health Institutes

Trust for America’s Health, in partnership with the National Network of Public Health Institutes, is pleased to announce the selection of 10 public health institutes that will participate in Phase III of the Age-Friendly Public Health Systems movement.

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AFPHS Recognition Program Honors Engagement in Healthy Aging

Trust for America’s Health has released a revised AFPHS Recognition Program that honors engagement and provides greater flexibility to achieve recognition.

AFPHS Recognition Program

Three Keys to Cross-Sector Age-Friendly Care

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Trust for America’s Health held the Three Keys to Cross-Sector Age-Friendly Care webinar. The Three Keys resources is designed to foster collaboration across the older adult care continuum, promote system changes and other optimal care advances.

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Recognition Program

Age-Friendly Public Health Systems Recognition Program

TFAH is supporting state and local health departments as they work to adopt healthy aging as a core public health function through the AFPHS Recognition Program. This program provides states and local health departments with the opportunity to receive recognition for their work to support the health of older adults.

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