National Resource Center on Native American Aging (NRCNAA)
Project Mission Statement
The National Resource Center on Native American Aging's mission is to identify and increase awareness of evolving Native elder health and social issues.
The NRCNAA's vision is to empower Native people to develop community based solutions.
Visit NRCNAA's website: www.nrcnaa.org
Native Elder Caregiver Curriculum
A tool designed to aid professionals and relatives/community members who have the responsibility of caring for Native Elders in their homes.
Native Elder Services Locator
Use this interactive tribal elderly service locator to find locations in the U.S. with elderly services.
Urban Needs Assessment – Native Urban Elder
Needs Assessment Survey (NUENAS 1.0)
A survey project to help assess the health, wellness, and advocacy needs of Native urban Elders.
Title VI Needs Assessment – Identifying our Needs:
A Survey of Elders
A survey that gathers information on health and social needs of your elders to help with tribal planning, long-term care discussions, and grant applications.
WELL Balanced Program (Wise Elders Living Longer)
Uses exercise, information, and social interaction to help Elders remain active and independent in their own homes as long as possible.