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Workshop Agenda

NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING IN THE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP AGENDA

The Holiday Inn Central
Washington, DC
October 5–6, 2011

WORKSHOP PURPOSE

1.   Address the strengths and limitations of community-based delivery of nutrition services for older persons

2.   Identify beneficial nutrition interventions and model programs

   a. To promote successful transition from acute, subacute, and chronic care to home

   b. To promote health and independent living in the community

3.   Highlight needed research priorities

Wednesday, October 5, 2011: Day 1

INTRODUCTION

8:30–8:40 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, and Purpose
Gordon L. Jensen
Workshop Moderator and Planning Committee Chair
Pennsylvania State University

8:40–9:10 The Aging Landscape in the Community Setting
Edwin L. Walker
Administration on Aging



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A Workshop Agenda NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING IN THE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP AGENDA The Holiday Inn Central Washington, DC October 5–6, 2011 WORKSHOP PURPOSE 1. Address the strengths and limitations of community-based delivery of nutrition services for older persons 2. dentify beneficial nutrition interventions and model programs I a. To promote successful transition from acute, subacute, and chronic care to home b. To promote health and independent living in the community 3. ighlight needed research priorities H Wednesday, October 5, 2011: Day 1 INTRODUCTION 8:30–8:40 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, and Purpose Gordon L. Jensen Workshop Moderator and Planning Committee Chair Pennsylvania State University 8:40–9:10 The Aging Landscape in the Community Setting Edwin L. Walker Administration on Aging 113

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114 NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING 9:10–9:15 The Importance of Nutrition Care in the Community Setting: Case Study Elizabeth B. Landon CareLink SESSION 1: NUTRITION ISSUES OF CONCERN IN THE COMMUNITY 9:15–9:20 Introduction by Moderator Connie W. Bales Duke University Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center 9:20–9:40 Nutrition Screening at Discharge and in the Community Joseph R. Sharkey Texas A&M Health Sciences Center 9:40–10:00 Food Insecurity Among Older Americans James P. Ziliak University of Kentucky 10:00–10:15 Break 10:15–10:35 Sarcopenic Obesity and Aging Gordon L. Jensen Pennsylvania State University 10:35–10:55 Dietary Patterns for Aging Adults Katherine L. Tucker Northeastern University 10:55–11:15 Economic and Resource Issues Surrounding Nutrition Services for Older Persons in the Community Setting Kathryn Larin Government Accountability Office 11:15–11:45 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation

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115 APPENDIX A 11:45 a.m.– Nutrition Issues Related to Aging in the Community: 12:30 p.m. Perspectives and Open Discussion Moderator: Gordon L. Jensen Robert H. Miller Abbott Nutrition Jean Lloyd Administration on Aging Enid A. Borden Meals On Wheels Association of America Meals On Wheels Research Foundation 12:30–1:45 Lunch SESSION 2: TRANSITION CARE AND BEYOND 1:45–1:50 Introduction by Moderator Nadine R. Sahyoun University of Maryland 1:50–2:10 Role of Nutrition in Hospital Discharge Planning: Current and Potential Contribution of the Dietitian Charlene Compher University of Pennsylvania 2:10–2:30 Transition Care: A Multidisciplinary Approach Eric A. Coleman University of Colorado at Denver 2:30–2:50 Nutrition in Home- and Community-Based Systems State by State Bobbie L. Morris Alabama Department of Senior Services 2:50–3:10 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 3:10–3:25 Break

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116 NUTRITION AND HEALTHY AGING SESSION 3: TRANSITION TO COMMUNITY CARE: MODELS AND OPPORTUNITIES 3:25–3:30 Introduction by Moderator Julie L. Locher University of Alabama at Birmingham 3:30–3:50 Innovations in Care Transitions: An Overview James A. Hester Innovation Center, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 3:50–4:10 Veterans Directed Home- and Community-Based Services Daniel J. Schoeps Geriatrics and Extended Care, Veterans Administration Central Office Lori Gerhard Administration on Aging 4:10–4:30 Transitional Care in Canada Heather Keller University of Waterloo 4:30–4:50 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 4:50–5:00 Wrap Up and Adjourn Thursday, October 6, 2011: Day 2 SESSION 4: SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTION MODELS IN THE COMMUNITY SETTING 8:30–8:35 a.m. Introduction by Moderator Douglas Paddon-Jones University of Texas Medical Branch 8:35–8:55 Diabetes Self-Management Support in the Community: Healthy Eating Considerations Elizabeth A. Walker Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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117 APPENDIX A 8:55–9:15 Nutrition Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Jennifer L. Troyer University of North Carolina at Charlotte 9:15–9:35 Nutrition Intervention for Sarcopenia and Frailty Elena Volpi University of Texas Medical Branch 9:35–9:55 Eat Better, Move More: A Community-Based Program to Improve Diets and Increase Physical Activity Neva Kirk-Sanchez University of Miami 9:55–10:35 Speaker Panel with Audience Participation 10:35–10:45 Break CLOSING SESSION 10:45–11:45 Discussion: Research Gaps in Knowledge About Nutrition Interventions and Services for Older Adults in the Community Setting Moderator: Nancy Wellman, Tufts University Mary Ann Johnson University of Georgia Rebecca Costello NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Robert M. Russell Tufts University Judy Hannah National Institute on Aging 11:45 a.m.– Concluding Remarks and Closing 12:00 p.m. Gordon L. Jensen, Chair

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