LTSS Newsletter

LTSS Newsletter
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The LTSS newsletter shares news, funding and webinar announcements, and online resources at the LTSS TA Center. Designed for health planners, health department or program employees, care providers, tribal leaders, community advocates, and anyone else interested in LTSS, the newsletter is published monthly and emailed to those who have signed up to receive it.

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Newsletter Archive

Read past newsletters dating back to November 2014, when the first edition was published.


MonthNewsletter Information


LTSS Newsletter – March 2023

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  • Title VI nutrition programs
  • Traditional foods for tribal elders
  • Gardening-related guidance for Title VI programs
  • Helping elders stay housed


LTSS Newsletter – February 2023

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  • Advance care planning for people with dementia
  • Culturally appropriate advance care planning
  • Keeping people with dementia connected
  • Addressing the needs of grandfamilies


LTSS Newsletter – January 2023

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  • Adapting frameworks for aging in place
  • Creating safer spaces for people with dementia
  • Survey to assess the needs of LGBTQ+ elders
  • NADONA’s call for award nominations
  • Microtransit for elders and people with disabilities
MonthNewsletter Information


LTSS Newsletter – December 2023

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  • Addressing social determinants of health
  • Establishing tribal LTSS programs
  • Tips for building intergenerational programs
  • Protecting care facility residents from COVID-19


LTSS Newsletter – November 2023

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  • Dementia caregiving toolkit
  • Dementia awareness in Indian Country
  • Resources for American Indians with TBI
  • USAging’s call for conference session topics


LTSS Newsletter – October 2023

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  • Improving QOL for people with disabilities
  • HCBS for AI/AN adults with disabilities
  • CMS seeks public comments on a proposed rule
  • Call for symposium presentations
  • Strategies to address workforce challenges at AAAs


LTSS Newsletter – September 2023

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  • Helping caregivers cope with grief
  • Supporting caregivers
  • NADONA seeks conference presentation topics
  • ASA’s call for conference exhibits and volunteers
  • September is Healthy Aging Month


LTSS Newsletter – August 2023

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  • Report on the role of AAAs
  • HCBS waivers
  • Request for stories about memory loss
  • Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map
  • National Immunization Awareness Month


LTSS Newsletter – July 2023

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  • Role of social connection in health and wellness
  • Keeping facility residents socially engaged
  • American Society on Aging’s urgent call for proposals
  • Reimagining congregate meal sites


LTSS Newsletter – June 2023

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  • Fall prevention resources
  • Tribal-specific fall prevention guidance
  • Road Map for Indian Country survey
  • Support for long-distance caregivers


LTSS Newsletter – May 2023

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  • Disabilities in AI/AN communities
  • HCBS in Indian Country
  • Improving access to transportation for elders and people with disabilities
  • Emergency preparedness resources for elders


LTSS Newsletter – April 2023

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  • Recognizing early signs of dementia in different contexts
  • Supporting families affected by dementia
  • Improving transportation for elders with vision loss
  • Call for NICOA workshop proposals


LTSS Newsletter – March 2023

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  • Using traditional foods to help Elders stay well
  • Incorporating traditional foods into LTSS programs
  • Title VI spending guide
  • Call to submit stories about memory loss


LTSS Newsletter – February 2023

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  • Realities of caregiving
  • Caregiver support
  • Invitation for long-distance caregivers
  • Culturally appropriate advance care planning
  • Services for grandfamilies
  • Equine-assisted program for people with dementia and their caregivers


LTSS Newsletter – January 2023

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  • Emergency preparedness for people with dementia
  • Emergency preparedness in tribal nursing homes
  • Protecting elders from RSV
  • Medicare coverage of COVID-19 tests
  • Supporting caregivers of people with dementia
MonthNewsletter Information


LTSS Newsletter – December 2022

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  • Promoting discussion of advance care plans
  • Advance care planning at Southcentral Foundation
  • Addressing food insecurity among elders
  • Workforce recruitment toolkit
  • Guidance for caregivers of people with dementia
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – November 2022

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  • Tribal codes and dementia
  • Protecting people with dementia from abuse
  • Flyers to increase awareness of dementia symptoms
  • Songs for Native people with dementia
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – October 2022

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  • Mitigating the impact of HCBS workforce challenges
  • Managed care and HCBS
  • Recruiting and retaining PCAs
  • Tools to assess risk for falls
  • A Native family's caregiving story
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – September 2022

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  • Helping elders stay physically active
  • Improving balance and preventing falls
  • Flu shots to help protect elders
  • Resources to address long-term effects of COVID
  • Update on the Native Elder Storytelling Project
  • Helping elders age in place
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – August 2022

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  • Culturally relevant advance care planning for AI/ANs
  • How advance care planning helps SCF's customer-owners
  • Changing Talk: Online Training
  • Tips and strategies to enhance virtual programming
  • Guide to home-delivered meals
  • Disaster reimbursement and assistance
  • Tribal transportation safety
  • Reconnecting Communities Pilot grants
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – July 2022

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  • Addressing loneliness
  • Promoting social engagement in care facilities
  • Protecting elders from heat-related illness
  • Improving organizational capacity to provide PCTI
  • Webinar: Cultural Sensitivity in Memory Care
  • Workshop teaches new approaches to caregiving
  • OSHA grants
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – June 2022

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  • Incorporating traditional foods into LTSS programs
  • Using traditional foods to enhance facility-based care
  • June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month
  • Improving quality of life for rural LGBTQ+ elders
  • Best practices for social engagement
  • Translating recommendations into action steps
  • Win-Win: Renegotiating Montana Tribally Owned Nursing Facility Rates Webinar
  • DEI efforts to meet the needs of elders
  • No Wrong Door System Governance
  • Upcoming events


LTSS Newsletter – May 2022

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  • Toolkit to assess the needs of people with dementia
  • Promoting the well-being of caregivers in Indian Country
  • Nominations due for RWJF Award for Health Equity
  • Dementia and brain health
  • COVID-19 and transmission in nursing homes
  • Translating recommendations into action steps
  • Tribal LTSS resource center
  • Native American Elder Justice Initiative
  • ASA webinar on dementia
  • AFA webinar on care for LGBTQIA+ people with dementia


LTSS Newsletter – April 2022

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  • Vaccinating people with ID/DDs against COVID-19
  • Improving quality of life for people with disabilities
  • Lifeline increases access to phone and internet service
  • NICOA's storytelling project
  • USAging's overview of Area Agencies on Aging
  • FY 2022 AmeriCorps State and National Tribal Grants
  • FTA Tribal Transit Program
  • American Society on Aging webinars
  • Virtual National Tribal Public Health Summit
  • Alzheimer's Foundation of America webinar


LTSS Newsletter – March 2022

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  • Connecting to others with compassion and empathy
  • Honoring the contributions of nursing home staff
  • Mitigating the impact of climate change on elders
  • Stay tuned for the April LTSS webinar
  • Rewards and challenges of family caregiving
  • DRRP Program projects
  • Tribal LTSS resource center
  • American Society on Aging webinars
  • 2022 Leadership Summit (LeadingAge)


LTSS Newsletter – February 2022

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  • Helping families provide trauma-informed care
  • Improving care for LGBTQ+ elders in care facilities
  • Webinar: COVID-19 in Indian Country: Updated Considerations and Resources for LTSS
  • Leveraging technology to meet caregivers' needs
  • RAISE discretionary grants
  • RCORP–Behavioral Health Care Support Program
  • Tribal Management Grant Program
  • American Society on Aging webinars


LTSS Newsletter – January 2022

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  • Mitigating COVID-19's impact on LTSS
  • Addressing LTSS staffing challenges in care facilities
  • Tracking and preventing the spread of COVID-19
  • Respite care toolkit for elders with dementia
MonthNewsletter Information


LTSS Newsletter – December 2021

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  • Safe ways to promote social engagement
  • Benefits of HCBS for people with disabilities
  • Community Health Profiles: disability prevalence in UIO service areas
  • USAging holiday 2021 webinar and recording archive
  • FDA and CDC expand eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots
  • CMS releases FY 2021 report on rural health initiatives
  • CMS completes nationwide study on rural bypass
  • Toolkit launched for combating health misinformation
  • IHS behavioral health funding
  • John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health 2022 Virtual Winter Institute


LTSS Newsletter – November 2021

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  • Tribal leader support for caregivers
  • National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month
  • Promoting vaccination against flu and COVID-19
  • Indian Country ECHO website
  • IA2 and HFC offer virtual caregiver support groups
  • Rural eConnectivity Program
  • Alzheimer's Foundation of America webinars
  • Webinar on aging and addiction
  • Context Clues webinar series: Transportation and Social Support


LTSS Newsletter – October 2021

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  • Addressing social isolation among elders
  • Improving vaccination rates in long-term care
  • New deadline for UIOs to participate in Nuenas 1.0
  • Abuse of AI/AN elders and vulnerable adults: What LTSS program staff should know
  • RAISE Family Caregiving Advisory Council's report
  • State and national public health AmeriCorps funding


LTSS Newsletter – September 2021

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  • Protecting the health of nursing home residents
  • National Title VI program survey report and toolkit
  • Supportive listening and cognitive resilience
  • Supporting family caregivers of people with dementia and a history of trauma
  • Virtual National Tribal Health Conference
  • LeadingAge Annual Meeting + EXPO


LTSS Newsletter – August 2021

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  • Dementia and COVID-19
  • Dementia care in Indian Country
  • The impact of COVID-19 on Title VI programs
  • For the Love of Our People campaign


LTSS Newsletter – July 2021

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  • Increasing vaccination access
  • Encouraging vaccination for people with disabilities
  • CMS proposed rule for improving data collection, telehealth access, diabetes prevention, and care quality
  • New fact sheet on Title VI programs
  • Recruiting UIOs to participate in NUENAS 1.0
  • Help coping with losses from the pandemic


LTSS Newsletter – June 2021

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  • Aging without injury
  • Fall prevention for Native elders
  • Updated CDC guidance for the fully vaccinated
  • Elders' top needs from evidence-based health programs
  • Helping elders avoid fall-related injuries


LTSS Newsletter – May 2021

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  • Celebrating the strength of elders
  • Keeping tribal elders strong
  • Tribal Food Security Resources Guide
  • Money Follows the Person program extension
  • Title VI programs and brain health


LTSS Newsletter – April 2021

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  • Minority Health Month and COVID-19 vaccination
  • #VaccineReady in Indian Country
  • Simplifying telehealth services
  • COVID-19 and brain health


LTSS Newsletter – March 2021

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  • More than a meal: The benefits of traditional foods
  • Traditional foods resources
  • 2021 Tribal Nursing Home & Assisted Living Facility Directory
  • Updated CMS guidance for care facility visits
  • COVID-19 vaccine updates
  • New survey to assess needs of Native urban elders
  • Outreach to Native elders with HIV
  • Providing home-based palliative care in the context of COVID-19


LTSS Newsletter – February 2021

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  • Long-term care models that include housing
  • Protecting tribal communities through COVID-19 vaccination
  • Tips to reduce sundowning behaviors
  • CMS Quality Conference
  • Understanding the needs of family caregivers
  • Challenges of aging during COVID-19
  • Webinar: Fall Prevention for Native Elders
  • ACL ADA grants
  • ACL National Paralysis Resource Center Quality of Life Grant Program
  • HRSA Evidence-Based Telehealth Network Grant Program


LTSS Newsletter – January 2021

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  • Starting the year in a good way: Benefits of traditional foods
  • More traditional foods resources
  • Protecting against pandemic-related fraud
  • National AI/AN COVID-19 vaccine campaign
  • Peer mentoring to foster connections in long-term care
  • Exercise can help beat loneliness among elders

December 2020

  • Promoting flu vaccination
  • Flu shots for caregivers
  • Promoting success for AI/AN nursing students
  • Countering social isolation and loneliness for elders
  • Hopi Tribe's Community-Focused COVID-19 Surveillance Program
  • Nursing Home Resource Center
  • Virtual Holidays

November 2020

  • Reducing loneliness for nursing home residents
  • Behavioral health resources for Indian Country
  • Celebrating family caregivers
  • Supporting healthy minds for wisdom keepers
  • Tribal snapshots: How tribes are supporting elders while social distancing
  • Medicare enrollment and changes

October 2020

  • Lifestyle changes to protect against dementia
  • New dementia resource library on the LTSS TA Center
  • NIHB COVID-19 response
  • Helping elders and people with disabilities vote

September 2020

  • Wildfire Safety during COVID-19
  • Emergency preparedness resources for Indian Country
  • Managing arthritis
  • Brain health in Indian Country
  • Technical assistance for tribes
  • Resources for rural LTSS programs
  • Caregiver respite during the pandemic

August 2020

  • Promoting health and dignity for people with disabilities
  • LTSS for AI/AN people with disabilities
  • Pen pal programs for elders
  • Resources for family caregivers

July 2020

  • Adapting cultural practices during COVID-19
  • The importance of culture in long-term care facilities
  • Caring for elders this summer
  • Dementia caregiving and COVID-19
  • Cancer and COVID-19
  • Tips for sharing caregiving responsibilities

June 2020

  • Sharing information about dementia
  • Dementia care in Indian Country
  • Video games: More than mental stimulation
  • Managing anxiety during COVID-19
  • Care planning for COVID-19
  • Mental health needs of COVID-19 survivors
  • How to get the most out of virtual appointments

May 2020

  • COVID-19 and mental health
  • Staying grounded through culture
  • New CMS toolkit to help nursing homes fight COVID-19
  • Tribal resources for PPE
  • The 2020 Census and long-term care facilities
  • COVID-19 Information to share with elders and your community
  • CDC's guidance for long-term care facilities

April 2020

  • COVID-19 and LTSS in Indian Country
  • Stay up to date: Information for Indian Country
  • Dementia and COVID-19
  • Staying active while social distancing
  • The role of blood pressure in risk for dementia
  • Caregiving from afar

March 2020

  • Person-centered care for people with dementia
  • Dementia care resources
  • Coronavirus and long-term care facilities
  • HIV/AIDS screening for elders
  • Connecting with those who have dementia
  • DREAM Toolkit promotes high-quality sleep
  • H2T Toolkit helps protect against infections

February 2020

  • Bringing LTSS close to home
  • Transportation and LTSS
  • Preparing for power outages
  • Evaluating quality of care when you live far away

January 2020

  • Music and memory
  • Using music to rekindle the spirit
  • Hospice or palliative care: Choosing the right one
  • Impact of opioid use on older adults
  • Addressing elder abuse


December 2019

  • Fire safety for caregivers
  • Disaster preparedness
  • Vaccinate care facility staff to protect patients
  • Easing loneliness for elders
  • Signs of caregiver stress

November 2019

  • Benefits and Resources for Native Veterans
  • Call for nominations: 2020 CMS Health Equity Award
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Comments wanted: 2020 Special Diabetes Program for Indians
  • Non-opioid pain relief for chronic pain
  • Helping elders prepare for natural disasters
  • Warning sings of Alzheimer's disease

October 2019

  • Aging in place
  • Connecting Generations in Senior Housing: A toolkit by Leading Age
  • Planning ahead for changes in mobility
  • End-of-life considerations for AI/AN cancer patients
  • Cultural traditions activate the happy hormone

September 2019

  • Cultural health is part of behavioral health
  • Cultural health in long-term care facilities
  • Improving access to care for people with disabilities
  • New Medicare Beneficiary Identifier: Get it, use it
  • Preparing for flu season
  • Yoga is one age fits all
  • Caregiver corner: Dementia resources
  • Funding opportunity for dementia care

July 2019

  • Helping elders avoid falls
  • Building strength and balance
  • 2019 National Senior Games
  • When forgetting is more that just getting older
  • Funding opportunities to enhance services for the elderly and people with disabilities, and TOR grants
  • Webinar: Uniting Tribal Nursing Homes in Excellent Long-Term Elder Care

June 2019

  • End-of-life care in tribal communities
  • Summer heat and mail-order medicine
  • Upcoming Event: National Title VI TTA Conference
  • June is National Aphasia Awareness Month
  • Disaster preparedness for people living with dementia
  • Funding Opportunity: Tribal LTSS Resource Center
  • Webinar: Reclaiming Indigenous Food Relationships—Improving Health with Culture

May 2019

  • Caring for elders affected by trauma
  • Trauma-informed care for tribal elders
  • Medicare covers wellness visits, not routine physicals
  • Oral health care tips for caregivers
  • Planning activities for people with dementia
  • Webinar: Changing Tribal Demographics in Post-Acute Care

April 2019

  • Monitoring elders' nutrition needs
  • New data on AI/AN disability rates
  • Older Americans Month
  • Emergency planning for vulnerable adults
  • The importance of Medicare for older AI/ANs
  • Webinar: From Tundra to Table: The Seal Oil Project

March 2019

  • HCBS and the cost of LTSS
  • New Medicare cards have arrived
  • Vaccination: Our best shot at healthy aging
  • Weighing the benefits of congregate meal programs
  • Interrupted sleep worsens pain
  • Webinar: Lifeline Internet and Telephone Discount Program Overview

February 2019

  • Prevent diabetes for heart and brain health
  • TA Center resources: Diabetes and Native health
  • Patient-centered care through storytelling
  • Emergency preparedness for people with disabilities
  • Funding opportunity: Substance use disorder treatment
  • Find out what's covered through Medicare app
  • Public comment open for pain management best practices
  • Webinar: Find Local Providers and Resources with the Eldercare Locator

January 2019

  • Traditional foods recipes for elders and caregivers
  • TA Center resources: Traditional foods resources
  • Funding opportunities: Supporting and protecting elders and people with disabilities
  • Keep an eye out for glaucoma
  • Age+Action Conference: Registration open
  • Brain health and healthy aging webinar series
  • National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases community outreach website
  • Webinar: Relationship building in Indian Country—Outreach and Outcomes

December 2018

  • Washington State University partners with tribes on Alzheimer's initiatives
  • TA Center resources: Alzheimer's and Native health
  • Funding opportunity: Addressing Alzheimer's disease-related disparities
  • Holidays in assisted living and home-based care
  • New year's resolution: Smoking cessation for 60+
  • Save the date: American Indian Disability Summit
  • Blackfeet Tribe to build new long-term care facility
  • The high value of informal caregiving

November 2018

  • Supporting Native Veterans
  • Support for family caregivers
  • Age+Action Conference: Call for proposals
  • Helping elders adjust to seasonal changes
  • Planning care for people with dementia
  • Redesigned Eldercare Locator website
  • Funding opportunity: Reduce gaps for AI/AN health data
  • Webinar: Cherokee Elder Care's PACE Program

October 2018

  • Emergency preparedness for home care
  • Prime time for flu vaccination
  • Supporting staff and residents through their grief
  • Connected Care Toolkit offers chronic care management resources
  • Annual health summit helps tribes address disparities
  • Webinar: Tribal/State Elder Justice Collaborations That Work

September 2018

  • Data show increased use of home- and community-based care
  • Disabilities and health care access
  • Excessive earwax can cause health problems for elders
  • Native American Nutrition Conference
  • Get ahead of sepsis
  • LTSS and Medicaid Toolkit
  • Webinar: New Medicare Card Updates and Social Security Disability Benefits Overview

August 2018

  • Financial sustainability for tribal nursing homes
  • Alaska hunters supply traditional foods for elders
  • Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians recognized for health achievements
  • Funding opportunity: Disaster assistance
  • Respite care for elders with dementia
  • New data on nursing home staffing
  • Transportation survey: Older adults and people with disabilities

July 2018

  • Addressing caregiver burnout
  • Funding opportunity: Enhancing access to home modifications
  • Telehealth needs for rural tribal caregiving
  • Culture and Health – Diabetes in Indian Country
  • Disability Network Business Strategies: CBO Toolkit
  • Webinar: Tribal Nursing Homes – Financial Sustainability

June 2018

  • New data on mistreatment of elders and people with disabilities
  • Funding opportunity: Native American Elder Justice Initiative
  • Opioid use among people with disabilities

May 2018

  • World elder abuse awareness day is June 15
  • New Medicare cards are on the way
  • Funding opportunity: mainstream voucher program

April 2018

  • Culturally sensitive care in tribal nursing homes
  • Funding opportunities to enhance services for people with disabilities
  • CMS publishes new tribal nursing home directory

March 2018

  • End-of-life planning for people with dementia
  • RAISE family caregivers act will help families of people with disabilities
  • Funding opportunity: Paralysis Resource Centers

February 2018

  • Protecting nursing home residents during emergencies
  • Training: Positive outcomes for Alaska Native elders
  • Elders and the flu

January 2018

  • Sundowning: Tips for caregivers
  • Connecting elders to health care coverage
  • Choosing a care setting for elders

December 2017

  • Protect your patients and residents with the flu vaccine
  • Funding opportunity: Research to Improve Native American Health
  • LTSS video: caregiver support

November 2017

  • New Navajo health care system will enhance LTSS
  • Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home offers culturally sensitive care for elders
  • LTSS video: Dementia and Alzheimer's care for tribal elders

October 2017

  • Traditional Foods 
  • National Title VI Program Survey Results
  • Apply for NACCHO's Disability Technical Assistance Program

September 2017

  • Emergency preparedness for tribal LTSS programs
  • Upcoming Conference on Dementia in Native Americans
  • Protecting Elders Against Financial Harm

August 2017

  • Quickly Find LTSS Research to Support Your Program
  • New Videos Highlight Ways to Support Long-Term Care in Your Community
  • Recent Research Shows High Diabetes Rates Among AI/ANs and Elders

July 2017

  • Emerging Issues: Alzheimer's Disease in Indian Country
  • Hospice Care in Indian Country
  • Funding Opportunity: Reducing Harm Among the Elderly

June 2017

  • Effective Communication for Patients with Dementia
  • Webinar: Tribal Nursing Home Stories
  • Previous webinar: Tribal Data Collection and your Community's LTSS Story

May 2017

  • Providing Spiritual Support
  • Standards of Care for Diabetes
  • Webinar: Diagnosing and Treating Parkinson's Disease

April 2017

  • New Chronic Care Management Resources
  • Dementia—Beyond Alzheimer's Disease
  • Comments Wanted: Draft Principles for a Person-Centered Approach to Serious or Advanced Illness

March 2017

  • Traditional foods offer elders taste of home
  • Taxing strategies – deductions for medical expenses
  • Ideas for caregivers: Helping someone with Alzheimer's get the most from a doctor visit

February 2017

  • Tribal Strategies to Care for Veterans
  • Promising Practices: VA Programs in Indian Country
  • Veterans May Endure Higher Pain Severity Than Nonveterans

January 2017

  • New Year's Resolution: Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
  • Memory Care Forum
  • New and Updated LTSS Reports

December 2016 Update

  • Researchers Recommend Medication Review After a Fracture
  • Oglala Sioux Nursing Home Provides Care Close to Home
  • Study: Hearing Loss Nearly Universal Among Elders Age 80 or Above

December 2016

  • Focus on Family Caregivers
  • Tribal nursing home providers UNITE!
  • Alaska facility builds tundra garden for residents

October 2016

  • Flu vaccinations for caregivers
  • CMS announces new nursing home rules
  • ACL funds an advocacy center for people with disabilities

September 2016

  • CMS Seeks to Simplify, Modernize PACE
  • FEMA's Guide for People with Disabilities
  • Talking to People with Alzheimer's

August 2016

  • Could More Community Health Aides Expand Tribal LTSS?
  • Immunizations for Elders and People with Disabilities
  • Why People Are Ashamed to Claim

July 2016

  • How much do you know about Medicaid and long-term care?
  • Helping elders cope with the heat
  • Technology for caregivers

June 2016

  • Two Tactics to Try in Alzheimer's Care and Prevention
  • Kenaitze Indian Tribe Opens New Tyotkas Elder Center
  • Putting the Control Back in Remote Controls

May 2016

  • LTSS Technical Assistance Center Q&A
  • Funding Opportunity: Elder Justice Innovation Grants
  • Tribal Nursing Homes: Traditional Foods, Traditional Lives

April 2016

  • 'Invisible Work' Takes Toll on Unpaid Caregivers
  • April Is Occupational Therapy Month
  • New Solutions Needed for Diabetes Management Among Elders

March 2016

  • Improving LTSS for People with Developmental Disabilities
  • Study Finds Higher Dementia Rates for Natives
  • Pine Ridge Elders Educate Peers on Advanced Care Planning

February 2016

  • Video: A Gathering of Tribal Leaders
  • Speaking the Same Language about Elder Abuse
  • New CMS Guide Helps Hospitals Tackle Readmissions

January 2016

  • Winterize to Prevent Falls
  • Perspectives on Dementia
  • Nursing Textbook Focuses on American Indians

December 2015

  • Elder Abuse in Indian Country
  • International Day of People with Disabilities
  • Flu Prevention

November 2015

  • Hospice and Palliative Care
  • National Family Caregivers Month
  • Native One-Stop Portal

October 2015

  • New Nursing Home on the Pine Ridge Reservation
  • ACL Launches "What Is Brain Health?"
  • Flu Vaccines among Younger and Middle-Aged Adults May Help Protect the Elderly

September 2015

  • World Alzheimer's Month
  • National Native American Conference on Alzheimer's Disease
  • New Survey Finds Gaps and Inconsistencies in State Dementia Training Standards
  • New Court of Appeals Ruling on Minimum Wage and Overtime for Direct Care Workers
  • Promote Depression Screenings on October 9

August 2015

  • First National Native American Conference on Alzheimer's Disease
  • ACL Requesting Feedback on Adult Protective Services
  • NCOA Releases Action Plan for Preventing Falls
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 50
  • Native American Disability and Health Resources

July 2015

  • Heat Sickness and Medication Side Effects
  • Secrets to Successful Aging from Alaska Native Elders
  • Proposed Rule for Medicaid Managed Care

June 2015

  • Starting the Conversation About Elder Abuse
  • Safety Resources for Tribal Members with Disabilities
  • New LTSS Video Series: What Works for Us
  • New Program Profiles and Reports on Elder Abuse Prevention

May 2015

  • 2015 White House Conference on Aging
  • National Lessons Learned from the Money Follows the Person Initiative
  • Traditional Foods Back on the Table for Alaska Native Elders

April 2015

  • Menominee's Long-Term Care Model Is Semifinalist for Honoring Nations Award
  • New CMS Tribal Affairs LinkedIn Group

March 2015

  • New Housing Resources Available to Tribes
  • Updated Standards for Home- and Community-Based Care

February 2015

  • Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Awareness
  • Study Finds Exercise Good for Depression in Elders
  • Influenza Management in Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Medicare Matters: A New Toolkit for Engaging AI/AN Elders

January 2015

  • Nursing Home Successes: Cutting Antipsychotic Drug Use by 97%
  • Report on Health Care Barriers for Elders

December 2014

  • Checking in on Loved Ones During the Holidays
  • Protecting the Circle of Life
  • Recommended Reading: Elder Justice Roadmap Project Report
  • The Rural Assistance Center: A Resource for Funding Opportunities

November 2014

  • Alzheimer's Disease Awareness
  • Honoring Caregivers
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