The Community Partnerships for Older Adults (CPFOA) program is an eight-year, $20 million, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) program designed “to improve long term care and supportive services systems to meet the current and future needs of older adults” (Community Partnerships for Older Adults website. Accessed: March 17, ). The. Dec 08, · Synopsis of the Work: Partnerships that included diverse local organizations and older adults worked collaboratively in 16 communities to raise awareness of aging issues and to undertake projects to improve the lives of vulnerable seniors. Each partnership defined its own priorities and approach.
Some fruitful avenues for recruiting diverse older adults include sharing information at “research social” events, advertising the program at support groups and community educational meetings, directly visiting senior living communities or community senior centers to present information and distribute flyers, advertising on websites, and making contacts at local churches to distribute Cited by: 4. Partnerships for Older Adults (CPFOA) program is built on the premise that promoting community partnerships among the public, private, and voluntary sectors and older adults and their families is a powerful tool for.
The four communities are grantees of the Community Partnerships for Older Adults Program, a national initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that fosters local partnerships to improve long-term care and supportive-services systems in order to meet the current and future needs of older adults.