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It's MORE Than A Meal


Resources for Adult Day Health Programs


This section will provide you with additional resources for your program. You can use these resources to complement this manual. Download the accompanying set of Health at Home fact sheets for caregivers.

The resources listed in this section include:

  • Website addresses for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) at the federal level, and for a directory of agencies that administer CACFP in each state
  • Contact information for the Massachusetts CACFP office
  • Aging-related programs and services
  • Fact sheets that can be downloaded from other websites
  • Other resources on the following topics:
    • Nutrition
    • Health issues for older adults (Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and senior health)
    • Medicines and older adults
    • Physical activity and older adults
    • Emergency food plans
    • Food safety
    • Caregiving

NOTE: The resource information provided in this section was current as of August 2006.

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