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The National Resource Center on Nutrition & Aging (NRCNA) is a partnership between the Administration for Community Living and Meals on Wheels America designed to build the capacity of the aging services network to provide training and technical assistance regarding nutrition services. The NRCNA is tasked with enhancing the knowledge regarding the role of nutrition services in health promotion and disease prevention, and the scientific and clinical evidence that supports both healthy meals and other nutrition services. The NRCNA provides free webinars, articles and other important resources relevant to the field.
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When disasters strikes seniors rely even more heavily on their local Meals on Wheels programs, since they know where the most vulnerable and at risk members of their community live. Check out the resources specifically designed to help Meals on Wheels Programs create an Emergency Preparedness Plan to help seniors before an emergency strikes.

Are you Ready?
Meals on Wheels America Emergency Preparedness Standards and Implementation Guidelines

Make a Plan 
Meals on Wheels America Emergency Preparedness 12 Step Planning Process

Prepare Your Program
Meals on Wheels America Business Continuity and Emergency Preparedness Plan


Disability Resources
FEMA - Accommodating Individuals with Disabilities
National Organization on Disability - Emergency Preparedness

Planning and Preparation
American Red Cross - Plan & Prepare

Pet Resources
HSUS - Make a Disaster Plan for Your Pets
ASPCA - Disaster Preparedness


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