Healthier WI Partnership Program

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Community Connections to Promote Independent Living (CCPIL)

Project Overview

2nd Funding Cycle Impact Award
     Project Start Date: 1/1/2007
     Project End Date: 12/31/2009

Project Goal Statement: The purpose of CCPIL is to create a coordinated health care system in rural Wood and Marathon counties for older adults with chronic conditions that focuses on strengthening patients' ability to manage their own care through community-based services and self-management support.

Orignal Award Amount: $450,000
Adjusted Award Amount: $400,184*

Community Partners:
Primary Community Partner: Aging and Disability Resource Center of Marathon County
Additional community partner organization name: Marshfield Clinic

Academic Partner:
Primary Academic Partner: Jeff Whittle, MD, MPH, Department of Medicine

Project Progress Summary Reports:
     Project Progress Report Summary January 2007 - June 2008
     Project Final Report Summary    

Affiliated Web Pages:
     Aging and Disability Resource Center of Marathon County
     Marshfield Clinic

Project Dissemination Efforts (as reported by project partners)

  • Outreach Materials/Events
    • Developed an activity booklet for the northern Wood County and western Marathon County-Greater Marshfield area to promote healthy, active living
  • Presentation
    • Hosted an educational series on Mental Health in the Elderly and Understanding Dementia for professionals in the caregiving community and family members of the target population
  • Website

*In 2009 award amounts, based on the remaining budget, were adjusted to reflect the decline in endowment asset value due to the downturn in the economy.

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