UNH College of Health and Human Services held a half-day summit of learning, networking, and exploration regarding long term care research. Sessions focused on current trends in research and the practical application of solutions from both a direct care and systems-based perspective.
- Allison Wilder, PhD, Recreation Management and Policy, moderator: Assisted Autonomy
- Gene Harkless, DNSc, Nursing: Long-term care discussion
- Dain LaRoche, PhD, Kinesiology: Functional Mobility in Older Adults
- Amy Ramage, PhD, Communications Sciences and Disorders: Language Profiles Differentiate Mild Cognitive Impairment and Mild Alzheimer’s Disease
- Sajay Arthanat, PhD, Occupational Therapy: Smart Home Technology to Promote Care of Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
- Stacy Driscoll, MEd, Institute on Disability: Assistive Technology in Healthy Aging
- Kate Crary, BS, Center on Aging and Community Living: Supporting Choice and preference: tools for caregivers