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  • October 1, 2019

    The NH State Plan on Aging

    The State Plan on Aging (SPOA) was developed through a ten month planning process, coordinated by the NH Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS) of the Department of Health and Human Services, and managed by a diverse planning committee of more than 30 leaders from across NH’s aging service delivery networks.
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  • April 1, 2019

    NH Healthy Aging Data Report

    The Healthy Aging Data Report will help advocates and leaders across the state understand more about the health of older people in NH. The report includes 244 Community Profiles — one for every city and town in New Hampshire, plus neighborhoods in Nashua and Manchester.
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  • March 1, 2019

    Home- and Community-Based Care Service Delivery Limited by Workforce Challenges (Fact Sheet)

    New Hampshire Choices for Independence (CFI) Medicaid Waiver services provide home- and community-based services to individuals who are chronically ill or have a disability and prefer to stay in their homes or communities but might otherwise need the level of care only provided in nursing homes, which typically result in more expensive treatment. The NH Fiscal Policy Institute research identified that increases to Medicaid rates could contribute to sustaining and expanding this vital workforce.
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  • March 1, 2019

    Home- and Community-Based Care Service Delivery Limited by Workforce Challenges (Issue Brief)

    New Hampshire Choices for Independence (CFI) Medicaid Waiver services provide home- and community-based services to individuals who are chronically ill or have a disability and prefer to stay in their homes or communities but might otherwise need the level of care only provided in nursing homes, which typically result in more expensive treatment. The NH Fiscal Policy Institute research identified that increases to Medicaid rates could contribute to sustaining and expanding this vital workforce.
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  • November 1, 2018

    Developing a Foundation for Integrated Care Coordination

    The Center on Aging and Community Living at UNH, in conjunction with other subject matter experts from the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging (NH AHA), engaged in conversations about care coordination between 2016-2017 that formed the framework for this brief. Published in 2018, the document describes care coordination efforts in three major systems of care: medical, community social service, and informal support.
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  • February 21, 2018

    Opportunities Ahead -- NH AHA Advocacy Priorities 2018 - 2023

    Educating the community and advocating for policy change are critical to creating age-friendly communities. That is why the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging (AHA) set long-term advocacy priorities to ensure that we all can look forward to aging in the Granite State in a way that utilizes our skills and talents while meeting our needs and managing our resources effectively.
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  • February 15, 2018

    Call to Care NH: A Discussion Guide

    Call to Care NH is a co-production of NH PBS and the Endowment for Health. This 30-minute program explores the challenges presented as more of us are living longer and the demand for people who provide care is growing faster than the supply.
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  • September 1, 2017

    A Funding Scan for Age-Friendly Initiatives in New Hampshire

    This scan was conducted by researchers at the University of New Hampshire Center on Aging and Community Living. It provides information on the numerous funding opportunities that could support New Hampshire’s Collective Impact aging initiative in its work to create age-friendly communities.
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  • March 31, 2017

    Cross-Border Conversations on Caregiving

    To begin to address the challenges faced by informal family caregivers in northern New England, the Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging (TSLCA) hosted three cross-border conversations on caregiving.
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  • November 1, 2015

    Collaborating to Create Elder Friendly Communities in New Hampshire

    The UNH Center on Aging and Community Living published an environmental scan (commissioned by the Endowment for Health) that informs the work of the Alliance for Healthy Aging. The report is a research-based environmental scan focused on six areas of elder health needed to support the creation of elder friendly communities.
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  • February 26, 2015

    Shared Vision for Elder Health

    VISION: We envision communities where New Hampshire’s culture, policies and services support our elders and their families, providing a wide range of choices that advance health, independence and dignity.
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