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Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File Motivational Interviewing

Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File Implementation Training

Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File EMS Visitor Record

Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File Direct Service Form

Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File Hospital and Emergency Department Visit Verification

Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program: Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute http://www.wai.wisc.edu/ developed training materials for the implementation of their Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program. The training includes the basics of dementia, a session on motivational interviewing, and a session on program implementation and dementia simulation training including forms for program implementation.

Keywords: emergency medical services, EMS, motivational interviewing, dementia capable, training, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute

File Observation Checklist/Notes

Resource related to People with Dementia Who Live Alone: BakerRipley

BakerRipley https://www.bakerripley.org/ created a resource on dementia specific case management which describes the components for community-based agencies to serve individuals living alone with dementia. By implementing interventions focused on getting a diagnosis, medication management, establishing support systems, and getting access to services, clients are able to remain independent longer in a safer, more supportive environment.

Keywords: live alone, alone, resource guide, case management, care management, coordination, assessment, BakerRipley

PDF icon Dementia Specific Case Management

Resource related to Policy: Georgia Department of Human Services

The Georgia Department of Human Services https://aging.georgia.gov/ established guidelines and requirements for Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) that provide or contract for provision of non-Medicaid-Home and Community Based Services for family and informal caregivers of older individuals, at-risk adults, and persons with disabilities. These requirements apply to services funded wholly or partially by funds received through the Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services (DAS) and are suggested for use by agencies providing caregiver services on a fee-for-service basis.

Keywords: guidance, requirements, home and community-based services, Georgia Department of Human Services

Link:
• AAA Caregiver Services Policy: https://odis.dhs.ga.gov/ViewDocument.aspx?docId=4005037

Resources related to Early Stage Dementia: Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc.

Share the Care Wisconsin guidebook was created as part of the Share the Care (STC) program by Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc . The guidebook helps people living with dementia establish or expand a support circle through family, friends, neighbors, community connections and volunteers. (pdf)

Keywords: early stage, daily living, resources, memory loss, Greater Wisconsin Aging on Aging Resources, Inc.

PDF icon Share the Care Wisconsin Guidebook

Resources related to Identification and Screening: University of Hawai’i

The Hawai’i Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative https://www.hawaii.edu/aging/coa-projects-all/hadi-project/ from the University of Hawai’i adapted a clinical provider practice tool and a cognitive screening flowchart from ACT on Alzheimer’s® for their local purposes. This clinical provider practice tool supports clinicians in cognitive impairment identification, dementia work-up and diagnosis, and dementia management, and this tool includes dementia management resources and measurement tool. The cognitive screening flowchart serves as a roadmap for cognitive screening and includes screening tools and dementia support resources.

Keywords: case management, care management, identification, screening, University of Hawai’i
Links:
• Clinical Provider Practice Tool: https://www.hawaii.edu/aging/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/FINAL-HADI-Clini...
• Cognitive Screening Flowchart: https://www.hawaii.edu/aging/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/HADI_Roadmap_FIN...

Resources related to People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Dementia: Seven Hills Rhode Island

Seven Hills Rhode Island created the Intellectual Disability and Dementia resource guide in collaboration with the National Task Group on Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia Practices. The resource includes sections on becoming a health care advocate; learning about screening, assessment, and diagnosis; learning about dementia; working with the health care provider; providing care; and caregiver tips.

Keywords: intellectual and developmental disabilities, intellectual disability, IDD, residential care, group home, resource guide, training, Seven Hills Rhode Island

Links:
Intellectual Disability and Dementia: A Caregiver’s Resource Guide for Rhode Islanders

Resources related to Respite Care: County of San Diego, Aging and Independence Services

Description: The County of San Diego, Aging and Independence Services https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/ais.html and their grant partner, Alzheimer’s San Diego, expanded respite options for families who are caring for a person living with dementia. They developed a guide with information regarding the development and implementation of a community-based respite program in San Diego County.

Keywords: respite, home and community, services, home, community, County of San Diego, Aging and Independence Services

PDF icon San Diego County Respite Program Manual

Resources related to Respite Care: Nevada Senior Services

Description: As part of their grant Nevada Senior Services http://www.nevadaseniorservices.org/ provides intensive respite services and they developed a form to be used by respite providers to report on the daily contact and to get authorization.

Keywords: respite, home and community, services, home, community, Nevada Senior Services

PDF icon Respite Provider Reporting and Authorization form

2016 ADI-SSS Project Profiles

This document provides a brief description of the ACL’s 2016 ADI-SSS grant projects: California - San Diego County FIRST Project to Improve Dementia-Capability; California - The Care Ecosystem: Person-Centered Care for People with Dementia and their Caregivers; California - Jewish Family Service Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative; California - San Francisco Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative—Specialized Supportive Services; Illinois - Illinois Department on Aging ADI-SSS Project; Missouri - Kansas City Collaborative to Enhance Access to Physical Activity and Behavioral Supports for Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias; Nevada - Nevada’s Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative-Specialized Supportive Services Project; Pennsylvania -Specialized Supportive Services for ADRD Consumers and Their Caregivers in the Lehigh Valley Region of Pennsylvania; Wisconsin - Outreach Specialist Project; Wisconsin - Dementia Capable Wisconsin: Creating New Partnerships in Dementia Care; Wyoming - Expansion and strengthening of supportive services for people living with dementia and their caregivers in Sheridan County, Wyoming.

Also: grant profile, grant profiles, descriptions

PDF icon 2016_ADI-SSS_Complete_Profiles.pdf

2016 ADSSP Project Profiles

This document provides a brief description of the ACL’s 2016 ADSSP grant projects: California - Cal MediConnect Dementia Program; Georgia - Expanding and Sustaining Dementia-Capable Services for People with Dementia and their Caregivers; Massachusetts - 2016 ADSSP Supplemental Funding Grant; Michigan - Developing Dementia Dexterity: Michigan’s Collaborative Approach; Nevada - ADSSP: Creating and Sustaining Dementia-Capable Service Systems for People with Dementia and their Family Caregivers; Texas - TexasTakes on Dementia (TxTD); Virginia - A Dementia-Capable Virginia: Expanding FAMILIES; Wisconsin - Expansion of current ADSSP project services to include culturally appropriate respite care and caregiver support through local libraries.

Also: grant profile, grant profiles, descriptions

PDF icon 2016_ADSSP_Complete_Profiles.pdf

2018 Alzheimer’s Disease Programs Initiative (ADPI) Grant Project Profiles (September 2018)

Description: This document contains profiles of each of the ADPI projects funded in September 2018, including grantee contact information.

Key terms: grant profiles, grant profile, grant program profiles, grant descriptions

File 2018 Alzheimer's Disease Programs Initiative Grant Programs

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Tip Sheets in English/Spanish/Chinese/Japanese

These fifteen Alzheimer's/Dementia plain language tip sheets were developed to assist caregivers in managing challenges associated with caregiving.
These fact sheets were developed by Alzheimer's Los Angeles as part of an AOA grant.
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles plain language Caregiver Tip Sheets may be reproduced, co-branded, or both with the following restrictions:
Written permission needs to be granted by Alzheimer’s Los Angeles for co-branding. Contact Debra Cherry, PhD at dcherry@alzla.org (link sends e-mail).
• Alzheimer’s Los Angeles materials and resources cannot be sold in their original or modified form.
• The plain language tips sheets listed below may be found on the Alzheimer’s Los Angles webpage, here: https://www.alzheimersla.org/caregiver-tip-sheets/

New Files:
IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Anxiety Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Bathing Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Communication Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Driving Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Getting Lost Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Hallucinations Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Medications Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Paranoia Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Repeating Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Resistance Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Sundowning Fact Sheet English/Spanish
Toileting Fact Sheet English/Spanish

Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Japanese
Bathing Fact Sheet Japanese
Communication Fact Sheet Japanese
Driving Fact Sheet Japanese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Japanese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Japanese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Japanese
Medications Fact Sheet Japanese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Japanese
Repeating Fact Sheet Japanese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Japanese
Toileting Fact Sheet Japanese

IDEA! Strategy Fact Sheet Chinese
Anger, Frustration & Fighting Fact Sheet Chinese
Anxiety Fact Sheet Chinese
Bathing Fact Sheet Chinese
Communication Fact Sheet Chinese
Driving Fact Sheet Chinese
Getting Lost Fact Sheet Chinese
Hallucinations Fact Sheet Chinese
Keeping Home Safe Fact Sheet Chinese
Medications Fact Sheet Chinese
Paranoia Fact Sheet Chinese
Repeating Fact Sheet Chinese
Resistance Fact Sheet Chinese
Sundowning Fact Sheet Chinese
Toileting Fact Sheet Chinese

Also: Behavior: symptom, symptoms, mechanisms, moderate, early-stage, late-stage, non-pharmacological, non-pharmacologic, challenging

2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Programs Initiative (ADPI) Grant Project Profiles (June 2019)

Description: This document contains profiles of each of the ADPI projects funded in June 2019, including grantee contact information.

Key terms: grant profiles, grant profile, grant program profiles, grant descriptions.

File 2019 Alzhiemer's Disease Programs Initiatve Grant Profiles

2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Programs Initiative (ADPI) Grant Project Profiles (September 2019)

Description: This document contains profiles of each of the ADPI projects funded in September 2019, including grantee contact information.

Key terms: grant profiles, grant profile, grant program profiles, grant descriptions

File 2019 ADPI September Awardee Profiles-508.docx

ADRC Dementia Training: Oregon’s Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities

Through a grant awarded to Oregon’s Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities, https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/seniors-disabilities/Pages/index.aspx, Portland State University’s Institute on Aging developed 11 on-line training modules https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/Pages/ADRC-Dementia-... for Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) staff involved in providing support to consumers. Tier 1 modules are for all ADRC staff, Tier 2 modules are for staff who have more in-depth contact with consumers, and three modules address specific at-risk populations.

Keywords: person-centered, communication, information and referral, care transitions, advanced care planning, intellectual disabilities, serious mental illness, Oregon’s Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities

Links:
• Tier 1: Companion Guide: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...
o Module 1: Implementing Person-Centered Dementia Support: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0paxyUr598DVjS...
o Module 1: Implementing Person-Centered Dementia Support: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...
o Module 2: Communication and Behavioral Expression: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0qGNFL0mfi75th...
o Module 2: Communication and Behavioral Expression: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0qGNFL0mfi75th...
o Module 3: Medical and Clinical Aspects of Dementia: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0qdZvg5yBkv95E...
o Module 3: Medical and Clinical Aspects of Dementia: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...
o Module 4: Information and Referral Issues: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0osN2KkRcNbiC3...
o Module 4: Information and Referral Issues: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...

• Tier 2: Companion Guide:https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...
o Module 5: Introducing Decision Support Tools: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0rdEvg7QRsBvcx...
o Module 5: Introducing Decision Support Tools: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...
o Module 6: Decision Support Through Person-Centered Planning: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0rZrFa_0EhofFn...
o Module 6: Decision Support Through Person-Centered Planning: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...
o Module 7: Decision Support in Care Transitions: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0rrYxDCtl2PpZQ...
o Module 7: Decision Support in Care Transitions: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...
o Module 8: Decision Support for Advanced Care and End of Life Planning: https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLsrX1nc_gB0pdNBdnYhkjJ1F...
o Module 8: Decision Support for Advanced Care and End of Life Planning: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/ADRCDocuments/adrc-d...

• Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia: Companion Guide: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...
o Module 9: Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia: https://youtu.be/B2l-ngUSwhY
o Module 9: Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/... 9.pdf

• Serious Mental Illness and Dementia: Companion Guide: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...
• Module 10: Bipolar Disorders, Dementia, and Delirium: https://youtu.be/GDLnSs-bmBc
• Module 10: Bipolar Disorders, Dementia, and Delirium: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...
• Module 11: Schizophrenia and Dementia: https://youtu.be/larp7nUvksc
• Module 11: Schizophrenia and Dementia: https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SUA/AAABusinessTraining/...

Advance Care Planning: Decisions Matter for Memory Loss Patients and Families

The Decisions Matter for Memory Loss Patients and Families resource from the University of Hawaii Hawai’i Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative is a training presentation that describes advance care planning, explains why it is important, how to have conversations about advance care planning, and key resources.

Keywords: advance care planning, advance planning, care planning, legal, end of life, memory loss, education, training, Hawai’i Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative

File Advance Care Planning - Decisions Matter

Cost Tracking Tool Template: North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

For the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services REACH II implementation, a cost tracking tool template was created that includes a Time Allocation Worksheet and a Cost Worksheet. These worksheets document how local program sites spent time on the REACH II intervention (Time Allocation) and how much it costs to implement the REACH II intervention (Cost Worksheet).

Keywords: cost analysis, cost benefit, cost, evaluation, measure, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

Office spreadsheet icon NC REACH II Cost Tracking Tool Template

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Alzheimer’s Orange County

Alzheimer’s Orange County partnered with University of California, Los Angeles to develop a series of brief videos providing practical tips for different caregiver situations including baths, hallucinations, refusal to take medications and sundowning. Available in Korean and Vietnamese.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Alzheimer’s Orange County

Links:
• Korean: Refusal to Bathe: 목욕 거부 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW3wXRfOJlE
• Korean: Hallucinations: 환각 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-TbruEUGeA
• Korean: Refusal to take Medications: 약 복용 거부 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MnMrxk0J7g
• Korean: Sundowning: 황혼증후군 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuTPxtSuQE4
• Vietnamese: Refusal to Bathe: Từ chối tắm - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OffBOMSNpug
• Vietnamese: Hallucinations: Ảo giác - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMyQXTCJ2Gk
• Vietnamese: Refusal to take Medications: Từ chối dùng thuốc - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9kMsEa14uQ
• Vietnamese: Sundowning: Khi mặt trời lặn - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewKyr0-E4Og

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Minnesota Board on Aging

The Minnesota Board on Aging created a training series “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” to educate providers and the community about several cultural groups (I.e., American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong) that are at greater risk for acquiring dementia to ensure best practices for early detection and support.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Minnesota Board on Aging

File Cultural Awareness - African American

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Minnesota Board on Aging

The Minnesota Board on Aging created a training series “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” to educate providers and the community about several cultural groups (I.e., American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong) that are at greater risk for acquiring dementia to ensure best practices for early detection and support.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Minnesota Board on Aging

File Cultural Awareness - American Indian

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Minnesota Board on Aging

The Minnesota Board on Aging created a training series “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” to educate providers and the community about several cultural groups (I.e., American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong) that are at greater risk for acquiring dementia to ensure best practices for early detection and support.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Minnesota Board on Aging

File Cultural Awareness - Hmong

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Minnesota Board on Aging

The Minnesota Board on Aging created a training series “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” to educate providers and the community about several cultural groups (I.e., American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong) that are at greater risk for acquiring dementia to ensure best practices for early detection and support.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Minnesota Board on Aging

File Cultural Awareness - Latino

Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care: Minnesota Board on Aging

The Minnesota Board on Aging created a training series “Cultural Awareness in Dementia Care” to educate providers and the community about several cultural groups (I.e., American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong) that are at greater risk for acquiring dementia to ensure best practices for early detection and support.

Keywords: training, dementia, American Indian, African American, Latino, Somali, Hmong, Korean, Vietnamese, culture, language, Minnesota Board on Aging

File Cultural Awareness - Somali

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Pre Questionnaire

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Post Questionnaire

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Program Evaluation

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Combined Pre/Post Questionnaire

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Problem Solving Exercise

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic Problem Solving Checklist

Dealing with Dementia – Hispanic Edition: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day. This page includes the Hispanic Edition and related materials.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Spanish, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• Spanish – Dealing with Dementia/ Tratar la demencia: Guía del cuidador – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• Spanish - Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

PDF icon Hispanic DWD Information Sheet

Dealing with Dementia: Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving https://www.rosalynncarter.org/ developed the Dealing with Dementia program which focuses on the behavioral component of the REACH II program. Using a train-the-trainer approach, family and professional caregivers attend a 4-hour workshop where they learn strategies and best practices for effectively managing problem behaviors and handling caregiver stress and burnout. Participants also receive a Dealing with Dementia guide that contains over 300 pages of information and solutions to problems caregivers face every day.

Keywords: Dealing with Dementia, REACH II, caregiver manual, evidence-informed, program, training, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

Files:
• English – Dealing with Dementia: A Caregiver’s Guide – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• English – Family Caregiver Workshop – Request from file ACL or NADRC
• English – Professional Caregivers Workshop – Request file from ACL or NADRC
• English – Pocket Forms – Request file from ACL or NADRC

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon BRI Care Consultation (submitted by Georgia grantee in 2015)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon Coping with Caregiving (submitted by Arizona grantee in 2013)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon New York University Caregiver Intervention (submitted by CA, FL, MN, GA, UT, WI grantees in 2013)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon RCI REACH (submitted by Georgia grantee in 2016)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease (submitted by Ohio grantee in 2014)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon Savvy Caregiver (submitted by Maine grantee in 2014)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon Savvy Caregiver (submitted by Michigan grantee in 2015)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

PDF icon Skills2Care (submitted by New Jersey grantee in 2012)

Evidence-based Interventions Translation Reports

AoA required grantees that received Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP)-funded translation grants to submit a “translation report” that detailed lessons learned, and grantee recommended procedures for program implementation. Reports include grantee recommended recruitment strategies, screening and enrollment procedures, training of interventionists, possible modifications to the intervention format or content, maintaining fidelity to core elements of the program, and cost analyses. These reports are intended to serve as guides for future translation projects and contain rich detail on the translation process. Contact NADRC at pyuen@rti.org with questions about these resources.

Keywords: translation, replication, evidence-based, implementation, lessons learned, BRI Care Consultation, Coping with Caregiving, New York University Caregiver Intervention, RCI REACH, Reducing Disability in Alzheimer’s Disease, Savvy Caregiver, Skills2Care, STAR-C .

Microsoft Office document icon STAR-C (submitted by Oregon grantee in 2013)

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