2016 NADRC: The Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program: 2016 Report on Completed Grants (Word)

2016 NADRC:
The Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program: 2016 Report on Completed Grants

This report summarizes the experience of 77 completed ADSSP grants initially funded by ACL/AoA between 2007 and 2010, including 49 Innovative Practices and 28 Evidence-Based grants. Innovative Practices grants use a variety of approaches to improve the delivery of supportive services at the community level. These approaches have some foundation in research, but have not been rigorously tested in randomized clinical trials. Evidence-Based grants translate interventions that have been tested through randomized-controlled clinical trials with the results published in peer-reviewed journals. The 77 ADSSP grants included in this report served 47,076 people over the course of their grant period, including 23,925 persons with dementia and 23,151 caregivers.

Also: Evidence-based: evidenced-based, evidence based, NYUCI, REACH, II, EPIC, BRI Care Consultation, RDAD, Coping with Caregiving, Savvy Caregiving, Skills2Care, STAR-C, Partners in Dementia Care, Cleveland Alzheimer’s Managed Care Demonstration, Tailored Activities Program, translation.