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Development of online programs for training in our evidence-based programs include:

Best Practices for Developing Fundable Behavioral Interventions Leveraging Human-Centered Design

You have the ideas, now how do you develop and advance them through the research pipeline? We will use human-centered design principles to provide feedback and framing to maximize successful development and funding of your behavioral intervention. This hybrid program is designed for faculty, clinical researchers, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced graduate students from diverse health and social science backgrounds. Individuals from all institutions are encouraged to apply.

Community Aging in Place – Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE)

Online modules for training health professionals (occupational therapists and nurses). Program elicits older adults functional goals and then addresses them with occupational therapy, nursing and a handyman (home repair, modification, and assistive devices).  Program is targeted for older adults with some difficulty in daily activities.

New Ways for Better Days

Tailoring activities for persons with dementia and caregivers Online modules for training health professionals (occupational therapists). Program provides people with dementia with activities that are tailored to their abilities and interests and trains caregivers (formal and informal) in use of activities as part of daily care routines.

Massive Online Open Course (MOOC): Living with Dementia: Impact on Individuals, Families and Society

Health and human service professionals and students, family caregivers, friends of and affected individuals, researchers, administrators, and others interested in learning about dementia and quality care can benefit from participating in this free, on-demand course offered through Coursera.

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