The Abramson Center’s Polisher Research Institute’s (PRI) article “Honoring Nursing Home Resident Preferences for Recreational Activities to Advance Person-Centered Care” was published in the February 2016 issue of the Annals of Long-Term Care.
The article is the result of a six-month study using the Preference Match Tracker tool, which helps long-term care facilities implement person-centered care through recreational activities. By identifying resident interests and tracking attendance at favored activities, the tool provides a way to measure how well recreational programs are meeting individual resident preferences.
Read the full article here.
The Polisher Research Institute helps improve the quality of life of seniors through the study of the social and behavioral aspects of aging, and by testing groundbreaking concepts in the care of older people, particularly those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. With a reputation for innovation and excellence, PRI is a national leader in geriatric care research.