Gerontology Education & Research Initiative (GERI) faculty grant, Portland State University Institute on Aging.
Caregivers, Dementia -- Treatment -- Research, Older people -- Care, Aging
This report addresses the need to better support care partners of people living with dementia, including a proposal for a new Dementia Care Partner Hub (the “Hub”) that will facilitate care partner access to information, supports, services and activities. This work is the culmination of the “Supporting Care Partners of People Living with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD)” project funded by the Portland State University Institute on Aging’s “Gerontology Education & Research Initiative” (GERI) faculty grant, conducted from June 2022 to October 2023. The project focused on addressing concerns and needs of care partners and people living with dementia from communities historically and currently underserved in the United States (Asian, Black, Indigenous, and Latinx) and organizations serving these communities.
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Gelmon, S.B., Dawson, W. & Hollandsworth Reed, J. (2023). Supporting Care Partners of People Living with Dementia. OHSU-PSU School of Public Health and Portland State University Institute on Aging.