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Meals on Wheels: Delivering Health, Independence and FoodMeals on Wheels: Delivering Health, Independence and Food

This course will discuss emerging research on the homebound older adult population, healthcare usage trends, as well as ways in which Meals on Wheels America and member programs are working innovatively to support home bound older adults and address key social determinants of health. This course is appropriate for leadership and healthcare clinicians. 

 

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To be eligible for the nursing continuing education credit(s), the learner must complete each portion of this educational course. The continuing education credits are valid for this course from: 07/20/17 – 07/20/19.

All of the following educational activities must be completed: 

·       Watch a webinar (60 min)

·       Complete a post-test and an evaluation (30 min)

This educational course resolved any conflicts of interest from the planners, presenters, faculty, authors, and content reviewers.    

This course has 1.5 CEUs for Nursing (ANCC) and Social Workers (NASW).  A certificate will be provided for all other disciplines that some states or national organizations will accept (please check with your state and associations).

 

Any issues contact HHQI@qualityinsights.org

Estimated Length: 1 hour(s) and 30 minute(s)

Lessons

Name View Schedule
Online Lesson1. Meals on Wheels: Delivering Health, Independence and Food -
Online Lesson2. Meals on Wheels: Delivering Health, Independence & Food Evaluation -

Objectives

Objectives:

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Characterize vulnerable populations served by Meals on Wheels (MoW) programs.
  • Explain how the nutritional benefit of MoW can affect vulnerable populations.
  • Identify 3 social determinants of health.
  • Describe 1 way a home health agency can better partner with MoW.  
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