NANASP 2016 Annual Training Conference Materials

Wednesday, June 1st

GS1 - Washington Update: National Voice. Local Action.

Robert Blancato, Executive Director, National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs, Washington, DC and James Firman, EdD, President & CEO, National Council on Aging, Washington, DC

GS2 - Hot Topics in Nutrition and Aging Services

Mary Beth Arensberg, PhD, RND, Director, Health Policy and Programs, Abbott Nutrition and
Meredith Ponder, Federal Policy and Advocacy Manager, NANASP

GS3 - The Shape of Things to Come:  Advocacy and Reframing Senior Services

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Jeff Klein, Director & CEO, Nevada Senior Services, Las Vegas, NV

Thursday, June 2, 2016

GS4- The Changing Landscape of the Aging Network and Aging Services: Where We’ve Been and What Lies Ahead

Connie Benton Wolfe, President and CEO, Aging and In-Home Services of NE Indiana

BO5A - In-kind Contributions Program: A Must for all Nonprofits!

Resource Handout 1

Resource Handout 2

Pat Bohse, President, Bohse & Associates, Inc. Middletown, NJ

BO5B - Delivery System Reform and Nutrition Providers: Finding Your Niche and Adding Value

Uche Akobundu, Director of Project Management and Impact, National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging, Meals on Wheels America, Arlington VA
Marisa Scala-Foley, Team Lead – Business Acumen and Health IT, Office of Integrated Care Innovations, Administration for Community Living Washington, DC

BO6A - Closing the Senior SNAP Gap: Best Practices from the Field

Lura J. Barber, MPP, Director, Hunger Initiatives, National Council on Aging | Arlington, VA

BO6B - Addressing Service Gaps-A Meals on Wheels plus Model

Uche Akobundu, Director of Project Management and Impact Meals on Wheels America, Arlington VA
Lisa LaBonte, Director of Senior Nutrition Services, New Opportunities, Inc., Waterbury CT
Elaine Clark, Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services Walnut Creek, CA

BO7A - HHS and USDA 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines and Their effect on the Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs

Holly Kellner Greuling, RDN, Administration on Aging, Administration for Community Living, Washington, DC

BO7B - Helping More Seniors Use the Internet through Community Partnerships

Cecilia Garcia, Former Executive Director of the Benton Foundation
Bob Harootyan, Research Manager, Senior Service America, Inc.
Kate Magsamen-Conrad, Assistant Professor at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Denise Niese, Executive Director of the Wood County Committee on Aging, Bowling Green, OH
Angela Siefer, Founder and Director of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance

BO7C - A Closer Look at the Aging Mastery Program

James Firman, EdD, President & CEO, National Council on Aging, Washington, DC
Pat Bohse, President, Bohse & Associates, Inc., Middletown, NJ
Laura Cisneros, Director of Senior Community Services, WellMed Medical Management, Inc., San Antonio, TX

BO8A - Innovative Congregate Meals Go On the Road!

Curtis Hammond, Nutrition Program Manager, Missoula Aging Services, Missoula, MT

Friday, June 3, 2016

BO9A - Eat Smart Live Strong: Nutrition Education for Older Adults

Teresa Nigro and Marleen Canniff, Ventura County Area Agency on Aging | Ventura, CA

BO9B - Community Guide to Oral Health for Older Adults

Holly Kellner Greuling, RD, LDN, National Nutritionist, Administration for Community Living, Office of Nutrition and Health Promotion Programs, Washington, DC

BO10A - Organizing Volunteers for Maximum Impact

Dana Serrata, M.S., Executive Director, Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, Las Vegas, NV
Marcia Blake, Executive Director, James Seastrand Helping Hands, Las Vegas, NV

BO10B - The Food Pantry Preventative Medical Home without Walls

Anna C. Faul, PhD, Executive Director and Joseph G. D’Ambrosio, PhD, Director of Innovation and Sustainable Health, Institute for Sustainable Health and Optimal Aging| Louisville, KY