HBABCs supported CDC’s Healthy Aging Program on a wide variety of public health initiatives related to improving the lives of older Americans.
- Participated in development of several public policy Roadmaps, including Alzheimer’s, Healthy Brain and Clinical Preventive Services.
- Connected public health and aging services networks and created a pathway for future collaboration.
- Brought older adult chronic health issues to the forefront of public policy.
- Increased public health knowledge of older adult health issues.
- Drafted critical issue briefs and other resources materials on selected topics.
- Critical Issues Brief: Addressing Stigma Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease And Other Dementias: Role of the Public Health and Aging Services Networks
- Critical Issues Brief: Addressing Financial Exploitation Among People Living with Cognitive Impairment and Their Caregivers
- Critical Issues Brief: CDC Focuses on Need for Older Adults to Receive Clinical Preventive Services
- Critical Issues Brief: CDC Seeks to Protect Older Adults with Shingles Vaccine Message
- Critical Issues Brief: CDC Urges Older Adults to Improve Health, Increase Longevity, through Smoking Cessation
- Critical Issues Brief: CDC Aims to Prevent Oral Diseases Among Older Americans
- Critical Issues Brief: Advance Care Planning: Ensuring Your Wishes Are Known and Honored If You Are Unable to Speak for Yourself
- Critical Issues Brief: Disaster Planning Tips for Older Adults and their Families
- Critical Issues Brief: CDC’s Disaster Planning Goal: Protect Vulnerable Older Adults