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2018 NADRC
Evaluation Instruments

The instruments listed below are not available elsewhere online, but the researchers who developed them have given permission to share them here. For more information on each instrument, please see the Evaluating Dementia Services and Supports: Instrument Resource List document:https://nadrc.acl.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/docs/2018EvalInstrumen... .

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2018 NADRC
Evaluation Instruments

The instruments listed below are not available elsewhere online, but the researchers who developed them have given permission to share them here. For more information on each instrument, please see the Evaluating Dementia Services and Supports: Instrument Resource List document:https://nadrc.acl.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/docs/2018EvalInstrumen... .

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PDF icon Perceived change scale.pdf

2018 NADRC
Evaluation Instruments

The instruments listed below are not available elsewhere online, but the researchers who developed them have given permission to share them here. For more information on each instrument, please see the Evaluating Dementia Services and Supports: Instrument Resource List document:https://nadrc.acl.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/docs/2018EvalInstrumen... .

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PDF icon Planning_for_Care_3_13_17_FINAL posted 031517.pdf

2018 NADRC
Evaluation Instruments

The instruments listed below are not available elsewhere online, but the researchers who developed them have given permission to share them here. For more information on each instrument, please see the Evaluating Dementia Services and Supports: Instrument Resource List document:https://nadrc.acl.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/docs/2018EvalInstrumen... .

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PDF icon Sense of Competence in Dementia Care Staff (SCIDS).pdf

2018 NADRC
Evaluation Instruments

The instruments listed below are not available elsewhere online, but the researchers who developed them have given permission to share them here. For more information on each instrument, please see the Evaluating Dementia Services and Supports: Instrument Resource List document:https://nadrc.acl.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/docs/2018EvalInstrumen... .

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PDF icon Test for Severe Impairment.pdf

2018 NADRC Webinar (December 18, 2018):
Healthy Brain Initiative, Road Map: State and Local Public Health Partnerships to Address Dementia
The 2018-2023 Road Map is informed by four Essential Services of Public Health—assure a competent workforce, monitor and evaluate, develop policies and mobilize partnerships, and educate and empower the nation. Action within each of these four domains is guided by three core principles to best ensure health equity, collaboration across multiple sectors, and the need to leverage resources for sustained impact. Lisa McGuire will describe this newly released Road Map. Susan Engels from the Washington Department of Social and Health Services will describe how Washington designed and is implementing a successful program aligned with CDC’s Healthy Brain Initiative.
Presenters: Lisa McGuire, Susan Engels

The presentation can be accessed at:https://youtu.be/4lQi1Qu3V-8

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PDF icon HealthyBrainRoadMap_508.pdf

2018 NADRC Webinar September 12, 2018
Improving Healthcare for Persons Living With Dementia

People living with dementia are frequently under-recognized and under-diagnosed by healthcare providers; consequently, they do not receive the medical care they need, nor are they connected to essential home- and community-based supports. The federal duals demonstration offers opportunities to better blend funding and oversight for Medicare-funded medical care with Medicaid-funded long-term services and supports, so that people with dementia and their families can get better integrated care. This web seminar offers tools and strategies to improve dementia healthcare, approaches that have been developed within this demonstration model, but also have relevance to other healthcare systems.

Presenters: Debra Cherry, Laura Connolly and Katie Scott

The presentation can be accessed at: https://youtu.be/G8JfCholbx0

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PDF icon ImprovingHealthcareforPLWD_508.pdf

2018 NADRC Webinar: April 10, 2018
Trauma Informed Care for People Living with Dementia

Trauma can occur at any point in life as a result of a number of experiences such as war, abuse, neglect or violence. The effects of trauma can be lifelong. As such, trauma-informed care can be used to assist people living with the effects of trauma as they navigate other aspects of life, including living with dementia and caring for someone who has dementia. In this web seminar, principles of trauma-informed care will be discussed as they apply to dementia in Veterans and Holocaust survivors. The web seminar will present resources for applying trauma-informed care principles in various settings.

Presenters: Matthew Yoder and Andrea Korsunsky

Webinar can be accessed at: https://youtu.be/caDMEPW-J6Q

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Also: Veterans, post-traumatic-stress, Holocaust

PDF icon TraumaInformedCarePeopleDementia_508.pdf

2018 NADRC Webinar: April 18, 2018
The Case for Palliative Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Dementia

Pain management and palliative care are often difficult to access for people with both intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and dementia. This web seminar uses recent work from the International Summit on Intellectual Disability and Dementia, which defined advanced dementia, proposed how palliative care services (including hospice) may be used and made recommendations for completing advanced directives and advance care planning prior to the extensive progression of dementia. Case examples will help illustrate the value of service integration efforts between intellectual disability and palliative care providers, specialized training for caregivers on end-of-life care and supports, and involvement of adults with intellectual disability early on in their advance care planning.

Presenters: Mary Hogan and Philip McCallion

Webinar can be accessed at: https://youtu.be/5wlw37T7evU

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Also: Down syndrome, intellectual disability, development disorder

PDF icon PalliativeEOLCarePersonsIDDD_508.pdf

2018 NADRC Webinar: August 7, 2018
First Responder Training and Programs for People Living with Dementia

Creating safer communities for people living with dementia requires collaboration between law enforcement, local governments and health and human service organizations. In this session, Jessica Empeño of Alzheimer’s San Diego will share lessons learned through one such partnership, and offer attendees interested in working with local law enforcement departments and first responder units practical strategies for outreach, training and collaboration. Molly Schroeder from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute will discuss how the development of the Emergency Medical Services Visitor Program in Wisconsin is bridging gaps and connecting the elderly population to community based resources, with the goal of helping people with dementia who live alone remain safely in their homes as long as possible.

Presenters: Jessica Empeño and Molly Schroeder

Webinar can be accessed at: https://youtu.be/MTN86lNP7TU

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Also: EMS, Fire Department, Police, live-alones, single person, widowhood, unmarried

PDF icon Final-LawEnforcementEMS-8-7-18_508.pdf

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