What does aging well within community look like?
All seven Minnesota Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) came together to foster a culture of self-managed health and well-being in Minnesota by delivering evidence-based self-management programs across the state. These programs help people manage chronic conditions, prevent falls, foster well-being, improve quality of life, and reduce the need for costly medical interventions. To realize the aspiration of increasing program availability across Minnesota, the coalition of AAAs called on Turnlane as a partner in shaping and leading the development of this transformative effort.
Turnlane led and supported various segments of the coalition’s, including strategy development and implementation, value proposition design, business planning, branding and naming, and quality analysis framework creation.
Today, that network, now known as Juniper, is touching thousands of lives across Minnesota and has established the required infrastructure to sustain evidence-based programs statewide. Since the inception of Turnlane’s support, Juniper has raised over $4.6 million in new funding.