The Administration on Aging Offers Falls Prevention Grants

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The U.S. Administration on Aging is offering up to eight two-year grants for evidence-based falls prevention programs. The grants’ goal is to significantly increase the number of older adults and older adults with disabilities at risk of falls who participate in evidence-based community programs to reduce falls and fall risks. The grants also seek to implement innovative funding arrangements such as contracts with health care systems to support community-based falls prevention programs beyond the grant period while embedding the programs into a sustainable program network.

Applications are due April 6, 2016. Please click here for more information on this grant opportunity.

By Jonathan McCrary

Jonathan McCrary

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