The Aging and Disability Business Institute at USAging is excited to announce the selection of participants for its Building Accountability for Health Equity Learning Collaborative (BAHELC)—a learning opportunity that will provide Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) with the knowledge and skills necessary to strengthen and sustain institutional accountability for health equity. This opportunity will equip AAA leaders with the understanding and capabilities required to build and maintain accountability mechanisms and institutional capacity essential to implementing, tracking and reporting on efforts to address health disparities.
Congratulations to the following organizations:
- AgeSpan, MA
- Aging & In-Home Services of Northeast Indiana, IN
- Area Agency on Aging – Denver Regional Council of Governments, CO
- Area Agency on Aging, DCDHS, WI
- Baltimore County Department of Aging, MD
- ElderSource, FL
- Lane Council of Governments – Senior & Disability Services, OR
- LifeStream Services, Inc., IN
- Los Angeles County Aging & Disabilities Department, CA
- Peninsula Agency on Aging, VA
- Trellis, MN
- Wyandotte/Leavenworth Area Agency on Aging, KS
The selected AAAs will engage in an interactive curriculum that covers a wide array of DEI topics and practices such as identifying opportunities to improve internal accountability, understanding how to diversity governance, strengthen external collaboration on DEI goals and sustain accountable leadership.
The Aging and Disability Business Institute is appreciative to have received so many strong applications and looks forward to the shared lessons to come from the BAHELC.
The Building Accountability for Health Equity Learning Collaborative is funded through a grant from The John A. Hartford Foundation.