U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) - Administration for Community Living (ACL) - Administration on Aging (AoA)
06/27/22 11:59 PM ET
Cooperative agreement to a USA public or private nonprofit entity, such as a government agency, Tribe, IHE, community or faith-based organization, or hospital to improve care for individuals with dementia. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take up to several days to complete.
The Administration on Aging (AoA), a division of the Administration for Community Living (ACL) is committed to expanding the availability of dementia-specific respite care in support of people living with dementia (of any age) and their caregivers. The successful cooperative agreement grant recipient will be expected to further the development and testing of innovations in community-based, dementia- specific respite models, as well as the delivery of training and technical assistance to advance the national capacity to provide such services to people living with dementia (of any age) and their caregivers.
The program is designed to support innovative models of dementia-specific respite care through activities in two priority areas:
Priority Area 1: Through the development and implementation of a comprehensive program of training and technical assistance, improve the capacity of community-based agencies to provide dementia-specific respite programs and related services. (Up to 20% of each annual budget);
Priority Area 2: Advancing the delivery of innovative community-based dementia-specific respite care models (Not less than 80% of each annual budget)
Through this new, five-year, national initiative, ACL will test innovations in community-based, dementia-specific models of respite programming and support persons living with dementia (of all ages) and their caregivers by:
ACL will fund one (1) cooperative agreement under which the grantee will focus activity in two priority areas: 1) adding to the nation’s capacity to support caregivers and people living with dementia (of all ages) to remain in their homes and communities through the availability and delivery of dementia-specific respite care, and 2) advancing innovative models of community-based, dementia-specific respite programs that provide non-medical care to assist caregivers, and persons living with dementia (of all ages).
GrantWatch ID#: 203152
Award Ceiling: $5,000,000 per budget period
Award Floor: $4,500,000 per budget period
60-month project period with five 12-month budget periods.
The anticipated project period start date for this announcement is: 09/01/2022
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Letters of intent should be sent to:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Community Living
Administration on Aging, Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services
Office: Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services
Grants Management Specialist
Office: Office of Grants Management
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