Tufts Health Plan Foundation grant enables RIPIN to expand services

ROSHNI DARNAL, left, director of senior services at Federal Hill House Association, and Laura Jones, director of health initiatives at the Rhode Island Parent Information Network, partner in demonstrating Own Your Health programs for Older Adults as part of the new Tufts Health Plan Foundation RIPIN grant award. /COURTESY NATHAN D. MARKLEY
ROSHNI DARNAL, left, director of senior services at Federal Hill House Association, and Laura Jones, director of health initiatives at the Rhode Island Parent Information Network, partner in demonstrating Own Your Health programs for Older Adults as part of the new Tufts Health Plan Foundation RIPIN grant award. /COURTESY NATHAN D. MARKLEY
CRANSTON – The Rhode Island Parent Information Network will expand its education services to offer chronic disease self-support and balance classes to 360 older adults thanks to an $87,497 grant from Tufts Health Plan Foundation, RIPIN announced in July. Laura Jones, RIPIN director of health initiatives, said the two classes will be taught by peer…

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