Research Projects

The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging conducts state-of-the-art Research Projects to enhance the lives of older adults, their families and the service providers who care for them.  

Our specialty areas of research are: 

  • Active Aging 
  • Diversity in Aging 
  • Elder Abuse 
  • Family Caregiving 
  • Long-Term and Residential Care  
  • Program Evaluation and Consumer Satisfaction 
  • Services and Interventions 

Below is a list of our current and completed research projects.  

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Project Name Funded By Start End Contact
Making Connections Thru Music: A Group Music Therapy-Based Intervention for Persons with Dementia National Institute on Aging 2023 2026

Silvia Orsulic-Jeras
Best Practice Caregiving Phase III: Consumer Version The John A. Hartford Foundation, RRF Foundation for Aging, Archstone Foundation 2022 2024

David Bass
Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program Health Resources and Services Administration (subcontract from Northeast Ohio Medical University) 2019 2024

Jess Bibbo
Enhancing Dementia-Capability and Supportive Services for San Diegans Impacted by Dementia Administration for Community Living 2021 2024

Sara Powers
CaringKind: SHARE for Dementia Administration for Community Living 2021 2023

Silvia Orsulic-Jeras
Comparative Effectiveness of Health System-Based versus Community-Based Dementia Care Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, National Institute on Aging (Subcontract from University of California Los Angeles) 2018 2023

David Bass
Dementia-Inclusive Communities: Expansion of BRI Care Consultation™ and Dementia Friends Program in Northwest Ohio Administration for Community Living (subcontract from MemoryLane Care Services) 2019 2023

Jess Bibbo
Developing an Online Training on Adult Abuse for Ohio’s Mandated Reporters Ohio State Bar Foundation 2021 2023

Farida Ejaz
Developing and Testing an APS Care Management Program for Caretaker Neglect (UT) Administration for Community Living (ACL) 2021 2023

Farida Ejaz
Development of a Reminiscence Therapy Online Platform with Machine Learning to Increase Engagement with People Living with Dementia National Institute on Aging 2020 2023

Silvia Orsulic-Jeras
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