In our last episodes of the Washtenaw Chronicles, we described our partnership with the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation (AAACF) to capture older adults’ aging experience and how well systems are working. The goal: guide its place-based strategy for driving systems change and achieving aging justice for the older adults living across Washtenaw County, MI.
My latest experience partnering with older adults spurred an aha moment around the work of ‘community engagement.’
This post introduces how the WIC (Women, Infants and Children) program is practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in order to make its food benefits and nutrition services more accessible for more than 40,000 parents and children throughout Guilford County, NC.
“How can we build the capacity of direct service organizations in our community?” This is the question that our partners at the Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative (TCCC) found themselves asking in early 2018.