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  1. Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: Selected Highlights for Family Caregivers [Download]

    Title: Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: Selected Highlights for Family Caregivers
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This brief report for family caregivers provides a summary of a case study that focused the relocation of an institutional, hospital-like long-term care facility to a purpose-built, cottage-style facility.
    Subjects: family caregivers, built environment, nursing homes, social model of care, residents, physical design, care staff, relocation, aging, continuing care, rural, geriatrics, gerontology, long-term care
    Date Created: 2010/02
  2. Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: Selected Highlights for Staff [Download]

    Title: Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: Selected Highlights for Staff
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This brief report for staff provides a summary of a case study that focused the relocation of an institutional, hospital-like long-term care facility to a purpose-built, cottage-style facility.
    Subjects: physical design, built environment, care staff, residents, nursing homes, social model of care, rural, long-term care, aging, gerontology, geriatrics, relocation, family caregivers, continuing care
  3. Selected Highlights about LTC [Download]

    Title: Selected Highlights about LTC
    Creator: ACCES Research Group
    Description: This 4-page document prepared for family caregivers provides selected findings on long-term care (LTC), from a large-scale, longitudinal study involving over 2000 older adults residing in designated assisted living and long-term care in Alberta, their family caregivers, and the facilities in which they lived.
    Subjects: nursing homes, health care, supportive housing, gerontology, caregivers, Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI), long-term care, geriatrics, continuing care, aging, assisted living, supportive living, older adults, quality of care
  4. Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Selected Highlights from the Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES) - Executive Summary [Download]

    Title: Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Selected Highlights from the Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES) - Executive Summary
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This Executive Summary is from a report that provides a descriptive overview of selected findings from a large-scale, longitudinal study involving over 2000 older adults residing in designated assisted living and long-term care in Alberta, their family caregivers, and the facilities in which they lived.
    Subjects: continuing care, assisted living, caregivers, gerontology, nursing homes, quality of care, aging, long-term care, health care, geriatrics, supportive living, older adults, Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI)
  5. Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: The Impact of Changing Environments on Residents, Family Caregivers, and Staff: Executive Summary [Download]

    Title: Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: The Impact of Changing Environments on Residents, Family Caregivers, and Staff: Executive Summary
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This case study focused on the relocation of an institutional, hospital-like long-term care facility to a purpose-build, cottage-style facility. Information was collected from residents, family caregivers, and staff prior to the move, 4 months after and 12 months after the move. Key informant interviews were also conducted. The physical and social/care environments in both facilities and the impact of changing environments on residents, family caregivers, and staff are examined.
    Subjects: geriatrics, rural, care staff, family caregivers, relocation, social model of care, residents, built environment, gerontology, long-term care, aging, nursing homes, physical design, continuing care
    Date Created: 2010/02
  6. Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES) Methodology [Download]

    Title: Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES) Methodology
    Creator: Wanless, Deanna
    Description: This methodology report provides information about sample selection and data collection in ACCES, a large-scale longitudinal study involving over 2000 older adults residing in designated assisted living and long-term care in Alberta, their family caregivers, and the facilities in which they live.
    Subjects: aging, assisted living, nursing homes, Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI), caregivers, continuing care, quality of care, long-term care, gerontology, health care, geriatrics, older adults, supportive housing, supportive living, methodology
  7. Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Selected Highlights from the Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES) [Download]

    Title: Designated Assisted Living (DAL) and Long-term Care (LTC) in Alberta: Selected Highlights from the Alberta Continuing Care Epidemiological Studies (ACCES)
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This report provides a descriptive overview of selected findings from a large-scale, longitudinal study involving over 2000 older adults residing in designated assisted living and long-term care in Alberta, their family caregivers, and the facilities in which they lived.
    Subjects: long-term care, geriatrics, aging, gerontology, health care, continuing care, supportive living, Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI), quality of care, nursing homes, caregivers, assisted living, supportive housing, older adults
  8. Selected Highlights about DAL [Download]

    Title: Selected Highlights about DAL
    Creator: ACCES Research Group
    Description: This 4-page document prepared for family caregivers provides selected findings about designated assisted living (DAL), from a large-scale, longitudinal study involving over 2000 older adults residing in designated assisted living and long-term care in Alberta, their family caregivers, and the facilities in which they lived.
    Subjects: aging, geriatrics, assisted living, long-term care, quality of care, older adults, supportive living, supportive housing, nursing homes, health care, caregivers, gerontology, Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI), continuing care
  9. 970.37.2 distal [Download]

    Title: 970.37.2 distal
    Creator: Crisfield, Melanie
    Description: 1 original
    Subjects: lithic cores, core
    Date Created: 1970
  10. Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: The Impact of Changing Environments on Residents, Family Caregivers, and Staff [Download]

    Title: Relocation of the Vegreville Care Centre: The Impact of Changing Environments on Residents, Family Caregivers, and Staff
    Creator: Strain, Laurel A.
    Description: This case study focused on the relocation of an institutional, hospital-like long-term care facility to a purpose-built, cottage-style facility. Information was collected from residents, family caregivers, and staff prior to the move, 4 months after and 12 months after the move. Key informant interviews were also conducted. The physical and social/care environments in both facilities and the impact of changing environments on residents, family caregivers, and staff are examined.
    Subjects: nursing homes, long-term care, social model of care, relocation, built environment, family caregivers, physical design, aging, continuing care, rural, geriatrics, residents, care staff, gerontology
    Date Created: 2010/02