The Flourish Network


The University of Louisville Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging manages the Flourish Network, an initiative that seeks to improve the health and well-being of older adults living in rural Kentucky communities.

The Flourish Network addresses this mission through five programs:

  1. The Flourish Program, our direct care coordination service 
  2. iCCOA, our educational curriculum 
  3. The Flourish Behavioral Health Graduate Internship Program
  4. Kentucky Coalition for Health Communities (KCHC)
  5. Memory 360, our dementia outreach and education component

The Flourish Network is grounded in the Flourish Model of Care, new way of understanding and approaching care coordination that links the Clinical & Behavioral Health Care Plans and Community Care Plans.

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 The Flourish Network Programs:

 1Flourish Program

Our direct service program that delivers interdisciplinary patient-centered care coordination in the Hart, Metcalfe, Barren, Bullitt, Henry, and Shelby counties.

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Learn More for Patients            Learn More for Providers

 

 2iCCOA

iCCOA (Interprofessional Curriculum for the Care of Older Adults) is our geriatric curriculum that trains students and professionals from medicine, nursing, social work, dentistry, pharmacy, and community health in the Flourish Model of Care.

Click here for iCCOA instructions per discipline

 

3Flourish Behavioral Health Graduate Internship

The Flourish Behavioral Health Internship Program is a one-year, paid internship that trains students to provide care coordination and behavioral health interventions while working with older adults in rural Kentucky. Placements begin Fall 2018. 

Click here for program eligibility and application instructions.

 

 4. Kentucky Coalition for Healthy Communities

Our community-based coalition that seeks to develop the social networks and resources needed to promote geriatric workforce development in rural communities and to increase the community supports that help older adults in rural counties lead healthier lives. 

 Visit their website and like them on Facebook.

 

 5. Memory 360

An initiative to create Alzheimer's and Dementia friendly communities through education and training of clinical staff, community partners, persons with dementia, and caregivers.

Learn about our Alzheimer's Train the Trainer Series