In the Resources section, Title VI Directors can access the Title VI manual and toolkits as well as finding information about the National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative. Next, directors can learn more about the three National Resource Centers on Native American Elders (the National Resource Center on Native American Aging, the National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, and the National Resource Center for American Indian, Alaska Native & Native Hawaiian Elders), whose aim is to develop and provide technical information to Indian tribal organizations, Native American communities and professionals in the field. The "Links" section provides scores of useful links and presentations from past conferences and webinars on topics of interest to Title VI directors, including nutrition, Long-Term Supports and Services, health promotion, and disease prevention.
ACL’s OAA Performance System collects information on Older Americans Act (OAA) Title III, VI, and VII programs. States, Area Agencies on Aging (AAA), and American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian organizations provide detailed information on OAA program participants, services, and expenditures annually by submitting comprehensive program reports. Access to data entry and analysis tools is restricted to authorized users.
Visit the ACL OAAPS page where you can find the PPR, guides, sample files, resources, schedules, FAQs, and contacts for reporting.
Workbooks and Materials
Download a listing of OAAPS downloadable workbooks and materials here, with an explanation of what each document is.
Find the recorded trainings on how to use each workbook here:
Older Indians Learning Management System (LMS) for Title VI
The Older Indians LMS is for Title VI Directors to access online courses, complete mandatory and online trainings, view training history, certifications, curricula, and more.
Older Indians Learning Management System (LMS): https://olderindians.inquisiqlms.com/
When signing into the Older Indians LMS for the first time, you will need to register, then create a username and password. We strongly recommend using your Title VI email address for your username.
For additional help and/or questions, please view our Quick Start Guide.