To assist with program marketing, please feel free to use the various program flyers listed below. They can be used for outreach in the community (e.g., housing sites, churches, senior centers, libraries, supermarkets, etc.), sharing with potential host sites, and recruiting participants and/or leaders.
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program/Healthier Living
Tomando Control de su Salud
Diabetes Self-Management Program
Chronic Pain Self-Management Program
A Matter of Balance
Want to share the California Healthier Living website with others? Click here for a promotional half sheet you can print (two-sided)!
Do you provide evidence-based programs in Los Angeles? Take a look at the quarterly program tip sheets Partners in Care Foundation develops for community partners in Los Angeles:
Just getting started with offering the Self-Management Resource Center’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) workshops? Take a look at this planning and implementation guide developed by Partners in Care Foundation:
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Partners in Care Foundation has created program-specific toolboxes to assist in the implementation of virtual workshops. Check them out below!
As the pandemic has continued, agencies’ focus on Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) has increased in importance. See below for an article about social isolation and loneliness, and the ways in which you can keep older adults engaged.
Need instructions for uploading workshops to your county’s California Healthier Living website? CLICK HERE!
Nationwide, falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among adults aged 65 years and older. During 2014, approximately 27,000 older adults died because of falls and 2.8 million were treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries. And those numbers are on the rise. The good news is that there are simple things that people can do to reduce the risk of falling, as illustrated in this video, which won first prize in the National Council on Aging 2016 Falls Free® Video Contest.
You might think you’re never going to fall, but the truth is 1 in 3 older adults fall every year in the U.S. The good news is that most falls are preventable. Start by learning 6 easy steps from our friends at the National Council on Aging.