By Brianne Miers, Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications, Root Cause Most non-profit organizations are constantly struggling with how to balance the need to get the word out on the good work they do with the realities of their limited staff time and funding. Recognizing this was the case for many of its grantees, the Tufts … Continue reading Getting Your Message Out to Get Results
The Massachusetts Healthy Living Center of Excellence (HLCE) launched a redesigned website in January at www.healthyliving4me.org. The new website makes it easier for older adults to learn about evidence-based healthy aging programs offered in their community and to register for upcoming workshops.
The Massachusetts Healthy Aging Data Report came at the urging of Collaborative members who noted the lack of comprehensive data on healthy aging that could be used by local communities to effectively understand their 60+ populations. The Gerontology Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston conducted the research for the Data Report with funding from … Continue reading Data Sources and Methods
Timeline: 2009 | 2010 | 2011-2013 | 2014 2009 In the spring of 2009, the Tufts Health Plan Foundation launched a new strategic initiative for its grantmaking focused on healthy aging for older adults age 60 or older. Along with this new focus on grants to community organizations promoting healthy aging, the foundation made a … Continue reading History
Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative (MHAC) membership is open to any organization, agency, municipality or individual committed to advancing health aging. Believing that strong and healthy communities include older adults of all ages and abilities, we collaborate through networking, communication, and information sharing to optimize opportunities for health, participation, and security to enhance quality of life … Continue reading Join