Evidence-based health prevention programs focused on a variety of health issues are available to be implemented and may be supported by state and federal funding.
American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Elders were asked about their preferences for health education in listening sessions in various communities.
Explore responses for what aging well means to them, how they seek health information, and what they are looking for in community programs.
Health and wellness means different things to different communities. And when it comes to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian (AI/AN/NH) communities, who face significant health disparities compared to the general United States population, it's important to ensure we have more inclusive health education.
As we look to implement culturally appropriate community-based health promotion programs, it's important to share the results of listening sessions. This one-pager includes perspectives from 60 AI/AN/NH elders about their preferences for health education. Learn more about what aging well means to AI/AN/NH elders, how they seek health information, and what they are looking for in evidence-based health prevention programs.