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This topical feature is designed to address information needs of local providers. Topics of interest are developed by National Policy and Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging (Center) staff and practitioners in nutrition and aging. Ask the Experts include examples from local programs, sample documents, references, and resources. The Center encourages input from the aging network through the Center's Nutrition and Aging Network (NAN) Listserve, Notice List, and Quick Surveys. Individuals may suggest topics and share information with us. Please e-mail your suggestions to nutritionandaging@fiu.edu.


November 2006
Bid Specs

December 2005
Meal Patterns

June 2005:
Hospice and End of Life Care

November 2004:
Using Medicaid Waiver Funding for Nutrition Services

November 2004:
USDA Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

June 2003:
Nutrient Analysis Software for Menu Planning and Evaluation

May 2003:
Improving the Dining Experience in Meal Services to Older Adults

August 2002:
Emergency Preparedness

July 2002:
Wellness Activities for Older Americans

February 2002:
Addressing the Image of Older Americans Congregate Nutrition Programs

December 2001:
Providing Food Services to Meet the Needs of Culturally Diverse Participants

October 2001:
Cultural Diversity as Part of Nutrition Education and Counseling

August 2001:
Restaurant-based Congregate Nutrition Sites and Restaurant Voucher Programs

March 2001:
Increasing Participation at Older Americans Act Title III Funded Congregate Meal Sites


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