Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Services (OAA Title IIID). Webinar Update March 29, 2012. Amended Title IIID Requirements.
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Services (OAA Title IIID)
March 29, 2012
Maintain supporting documentation:
1. Peer reviewed journal articles
2. Dissemination products
3. Evidence such a pre/post tests
1. Copy of practitioner license
2. Information on screening
3. Faculty letter/email
4. Transcripts/minimum job requirements
April 19, 2012 10:00-11:00)
Following this webinar CDA survey will distribute a survey for AAAs to:
1. How does the Older Americans Act (OAA) define evidence-based?
2. How does AoA define evidence-based?
3. Do exercise programs meet the criteria for evidence-based programs?
4. Can AAA afford to implement evidence-based programs given limited funded?
5. Why are evidence-based initiatives in preventative health important?
6. Are there new reporting requirements to reflect the evidence-based requirements.?
7. Are Title IIID funds able to be used for Chronic Disease Self Management Program (CDSMP)?
8. What would need to be done to ensure a program meets the criteria for an allowable Title IIID expenditure?
to demonstrate effectiveness improving
health behaviors, improving knowledge,
or reducing the risk of chronic disease.
9. Would a health fair qualify as evidence-based?
10. What funding can be used to support health fair activities that do not qualify as evidence-based?
11. Do grantees have to provide activities that meet the highest criteria?
12. In order to meet the highest-level criteria does my health promotion first have to meet the other two criteria?
13. Can Title IIID evidence-based funding be used for Care Transitions?
14. For interventions that fall into the minimal and intermediate criteria what, if any, supporting documentation should SUAs or AAAs provide to substantiate that they are meeting the new Title IIID requirements?
Beth Sloane MPH, RD
Public Health Nutrition Consultant II