Webinar on April 28: The Native Aging in Place Project

The Native Aging in Place Project: Building sustainable LTSS capacity in your tribal community

April 28, 2PM EDT | Register now

The Native Aging in Place Project (NAPP) provides long-term services and supports (LTSS) designed to enable Spirit Lake Tribal elders to live independently in their homes. In this webinar, the presenters will discuss the NAPP’s successes and lessons learned. They will share best practices for strengthening local capacity to deliver direct services to elders and describe how the NAPP helped develop a sustainable model for community-based services.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the value of the NAPP
  • Learn how to accelerate and strengthen local capacity to develop, deliver, and evaluate an LTSS program for tribal elders
  • Discuss how to develop a sustainable model of community-based services to support tribal elders in aging in place within their communities

Have questions for our presenters? Let us know before the webinar by emailing ltssinfo@kauffmaninc.com.


  • Collette Adamsen, PhD
    Research Assistant Professor
    Center for Rural Health
    University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Heather Lawrence
    Long-Term Support Services Tribal Liaison
    National Resource Center on Native American Aging and NAPP
  • Michelle Meyer
    Project Coordinator