Indiana’s Approach to NORC Program and Policy Development

Hear how the state of Indiana implemented a systematic and comprehensive planning process, utilizing two national resources, to develop five community-based neighborhood NORC programs through its Communities for Life project. Originally presented at the annual National Council on Aging/American Society on Aging conference, held March 16, 2009, in Las Vegas, “One State's Approach to the Development of NORC Program Policy" is available here.

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Indiana Presentation (Power Point Presentation, 7.1MB)

Accompanying audio by Fredda Vladeck, LMSW, Director, Aging in Place Initiative, United Hospital Fund

Accompanying audio by Mia Oberlink, MA, Senior Research Associate, the Center for Home Care Policy and Research

Accompanying audio by Jennifer Bachman, MEd, Senior Projects Director, University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community

Accompanying audio by LaNita Garmany, MS, Project Director, University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community

 

Visit Indiana’s Communities for Life project and the AdvantAge Initiative websites to learn more.

 

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