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Title III
The OAA title providing grants for state and community services.

Title III-B
Supportive Services funded under the OAA. Services include transportation, outreach, homemaker, chore, telephone reassurance and legal aid.

Title III-C-1
Congregate Meals funded under the OAA.

Title III-C-2
Home-delivered meals funding under the OAA; also known as Meals on Wheels.

Title III-D
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention funding under the OAA. Programs are designed to manage chronic diseases and increase healthier lifestyles.

Title III-E

National Family Caregiver Services Program under the OAA. Program provides funds to services that included information to caregivers about available services, caregiver training, respite care, and a limited amount of supplemental services.

Title VII-B
Elder abuse prevention under the OAA. State grants for "vulnerable elder rights protection" programs. This can be done through a variety of activities including providing public education and outreach.

Title XIX
The title providing for grants to states for medical assistance; also known as Medicaid.

Title XIX Meals
Home-delivered meals provided by nutrition service providers to eligible Medicaid and other entitlement program clients.

Title XVIII
The part of the Social Security Act that authorized Medicare.

Triple Aim
An initiative designed to help health care organizations improve the health of a population and patients’ experience of care (including quality, access, and reliability) while lowering - or at least reducing the rate of increase in - the per capita cost of care. Goals include: improve the health of the population; enhance the patient experience of care (including quality, access and reliability); and reduce, or at least control, the per capital cost of care.

Type B2 transfer agency
"Type B Area Agency on Aging" refers to a public agency within a planning and service area designated under Section 305 of the Older Americans Act which has responsibility for local administration of division programs. Type B Area Agencies on Aging serve both seniors and persons with disabilities.

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