At the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, we disseminate findings from research projects conducted by the Center for Research and Education widely to professionals and older adults and their families. Our results are also published in peer reviewed journals such as The Gerontologist, The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society and Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions. We also translate our research findings into useful information for older adults and families as part of the Consumer Information Initiative. Below is a list of publications by Benjamin Rose staff.
Judge, K. S., Bass, D. M., Snow, A. L., Wilson, N. L., Morgan, R., Looman, W. J., McCarthy, C., & Kunik, M. E. (2011). Partners in Dementia Care: A care coordination intervention for individuals with dementia and their family caregivers, The Gerontologist, 51(2), 261-272. doi:10.1093/geront/gnq097
Ejaz, F. K., Rentsch, J. H., Noelker, L. S., & Castora-Binkley, M. (2011). Racism reported by direct care workers in long-term care settings. Race & Social Problems, 3(2), 92-98. doi:10.1007/s12552-011-9045-3
Ejaz, F. K., Rose, M. S., & Bukach, A. M. (2011). The experience of long-term care organizations in seven states with older workers, volunteers and participants from the Senior Community Service and Employment Program (SCSEP). Final report to Senior Service America, Inc. (SSAI). Cleveland, OH: Margaret Blenkner Research Institute, Benjamin Rose Ins
Reamy, A. M., Kim, K., Zarit, S. H., & Whitlatch, C.J. (2011). Understanding discrepancy in perceptions of values: Individuals with mild to moderate dementia and their family caregivers. The Gerontologist, 51(4), 473-483. doi:10.1093/geront/gnr010
Judge, K. S., Yarry, S. J., & Orsulic-Jeras, S. (2010). Acceptability and feasibility results of a strength-based skills training program for dementia caregiving dyads. The Gerontologist, 50(3), 408-417. doi:10.1093/geront/gnp138
Yarry, S., Judge, K. S., & Orsulic-Jeras. (2010). Applying a strength-based intervention for dyads with mild to moderate memory loss: Two case examples. Dementia, 9(4), 549-557. doi:10.1177/1471301210384315