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Effect of Art Museum Activity Program for the Elderly on Health: A Pilot Observational Study

Older adults, defined as 65 years or older, are increasing in number and representing a larger part of Canadian population. Assessing and addressing the needs of this growing number of individuals is essential. Practicing art and/or being involved in cultural programs could enhance health and quality of life of older adults. The overall objective of the proposal is to describe the characteristics (i.e.; socio-demographic, health condition and quality of life) and their changes ...


A-Health RCT: Effects of Participatory Art-based Activity on Health of Older Community Dwellers

The overall objective of the study is to examine the effects of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) participatory art-based activity on wellbeing, quality of life and health condition in older community dwellers. Aging is often associated with worsening health and withdrawal from social activities, both increasing the risk of a poor quality of life. It has been reported that the practice of art, especially participatory art-based activity enhances wellbeing, quality of lif...

Socially Isolated Older Adults Living With Dementia

The lack of efficacious research-based interventions for sexual and gender minority (SGM) older adults living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, combined with the heightened risk of cognitive impairment in this population, presents a significant public health problem. SGM older adults are at elevated risk of social isolation and experience significant barriers to healthcare access. Existing interventions for older adults with dementia have been found to be effective ...


Bingocize: A Novel Mobile Application for Older Adult Health

This study tests the effectiveness of using a new mobile application (Bingocize®) to improve older adults' (a) adherence to an engaging exercise program, and (b) aspects of functional performance, health knowledge, dietary habits, and cognition.

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Pain Self-management Program for Older Adults

It is well documented that severe pain is more common in older adults than it is younger persons. Of concern, older adults may not have access to traditional face-to-face self-management programs, which are recognized to be valuable in chronic pain management. Access to effective self-management approaches is particularly important for older adults who may have mobility limitations or live in remote areas, or have difficulty accessing health care services. The development of ef...

CARESSES Testing and Evaluation Phases

The aim of this study is to conduct and evaluate a controlled experimental trial aimed at exploring whether, to what extent and how a socially-assistive Pepper robot that operates on a unique CARESSES cultural competence solution can produce better health and well-being related outcomes among older adults residing in long stay care homes (and their informal carers) compared to a control socially-assistive Pepper robot with an alternative CARESSES solution, as well as care as us...

Resistance Training to Optimize Health in Pre-frail Older Adults

Exercise programs, particularly resistance training programs using weights or resistance bands, can help improve or maintain mobility and function in older adults, preserve independent living, and improve quality of life. This study will examine the safety and feasibility of a novel, higher intensity resistance training program in older adults, and compare the effects with standard care, lower intensity training. It is anticipated that both programs will be safe and feasible, b...

Use of Tele-Exercise for Translating an Evidence-Based Fall-Prevention Program for Older Adults in West Virginia

West Virginia (WV) has a critical need for resources to reach more of its older adults with fall-prevention programming. The Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance® (TJQMBB) program is an evidence-based, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-approved, community-delivered, physical activity fall-prevention intervention for older adults. The program is efficacious and effective in reducing falls in older adults, and has been translated into clinical and community sett...

Fittle Senior System

The objectives of this study are to examine the usability and efficacy, for diverse older adults, of a new tablet-based dynamic system: the Fittle Senior System (FSS) that will provide: (1) personalized behavior-change programs for improved diet and increased physical activity and (2) online social interaction and support from small teams pursuing similar goals. The proposed study involves a two group randomized trial where participants will be randomized to the Fittle S...

Evaluating Technology-Based Fall Prevention Interventions

Approximately one in three older adults fall annually and it is the primary cause of traumatic injury in older adults. While exercise and balance programs have been shown to be effective in reducing fall risk, maintaining behavior change is known to be difficult. Thus additional interventions need to be validated to add to our current armamentarium to reduce falls in older adults. Cognitive training (CT) involves exercises that target specific cognitive tasks, such as memory or...

ABLE (Arts-Based Exercise Enhancing LongEvity)

Older adults who are referred to home care physiotherapy often only get to see the physiotherapist three to five times and are expected to continue exercising on their own. We have developed an interactive technology called ABLE that helps older adults do exercise in their homes by making it fun and interactive. We want to see if we can help 25 older adults to exercise with ABLE for three months and if exercising with ABLE for three months changes older adults' strength and bal...

Effect of a Community-based Nursing Intervention on Mortality in Chronically Ill Older Adults

Care coordination, disease management, geriatric care management, and preventive programs for chronically ill older adults vary in design and their impact on long-term health outcomes is not well established. This study investigates whether a community-based nursing intervention improves longevity and impact on cardiovascular risk factors in this population. The results reflect the impact of one of the study sites (Health Quality Partners) selected by the Centers for Medicare...

The Impact of Community Exercise on Social Connectedness and Falls in Older Adults: Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place

The goal of this study is to reduce risk of falls and social isolation in older adults age 50+ through participation in community based health and exercise programs.

Computer-Based Physical Activity Advice for Ethnic Minority Aging Adults

Despite the recognized health benefits of a physically active lifestyle, mid-life and older low-income and ethnic minority adults, including Hispanic Americans, are among the least active and understudied groups in the U.S. This research aims to develop and evaluate a bi-lingual physical activity promotion program, applying easy to use state-of-the-art computer technology, which is tailored to the preferences and needs of mid-life and older Latino adults. Such computer-based pr...

Falling Risks in Elderly Adults

Introduction: the prevalence of falls in adults aged 65 years or older living in the community is 30%, being the second cause of accidental fatal injury and the fifth cause of death. About 20 to 30% of falls result in injuries: 10% constitute serious injuries, from which 5% are fractures. As a result, older adults decrease their mobility, are afraid of falling depressed and socially isolated, increasing the risk of later falls, death and health costs. Falls and their consequenc...

Improving Outcome for Family Caregivers of Older Adults With Complex Conditions: The Adult Day Plus (ADS Plus) Program

Over 15 million family caregivers provide more than 85% of long-term care to older adults with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders. Caregivers typically assume care responsibilities without training or support and may in turn experience multiple health risks including depression. Providing evidence-based caregiver supportive programs on a wide scale basis is identified by the National Alzheimer's Plan Act as a national priority. One approach is to augment existing communi...

Healthy Living Programme for Older Adults

Malnutrition, risk of falls and medication incidents are commonly faced by the older adults. This study aimed to provide health education to community-dwelling older adults and to assess the effectiveness of a Healthy Living Program (HLP) to older adults in terms of fall prevention, drug management and healthy eating habits.

Relationships Between Exercise and Emotion Regulation on Physical Activity in Frail Older Adults

Frailty in older adults is a consequence of physical inactivity, which leads to poor physical function, disability and poor health outcomes. Nearly 60% of older adults report inactivity. Emotion regulation strategies have affective, cognitive and social consequences. Positive emotions are significantly associated with a higher ability to perform activities of daily living. There is a gap in the understanding of how exercise influences the selection of emotion regulation strateg...

VR-based Rehabilitation in the Treatment and Prevention of Sarcopenia of Older Residents

Background: Sarcopenia is the progressive loss of skeletal muscle mass and decline of muscle function associated with aging. The prevalence of sarcopenia among people older than 65 years old in Taiwan is over 20%. Sarcopenia is one of the most important causes of functional decline and loss of independence, even mortality in older adults. Literatures have found that resistant or aerobic exercise could improve muscle strength and function in older adults. However, due to ...

Comparison of Two Exercise Interventions to Improve Gait in Older Persons

The purpose of this research study is to compare two different exercise treatments for walking problems in older adults. The investigators want to determine if participation in the exercise programs for 3 months will improve walking abilities by improving balance and strength.

An Examination of Visual Perceptual Training

Perceptual-cognitive training (PCT) is a computerized software game has been shown to improve sport performance in young elite athletes and even to aid in recovery speeds post-concussion. PCT may represent a unique type of training that could ultimately enhance cognitive performance or quality of life in all populations. What is not clear is whether PCT is beneficial to older adults with subjective memory complaints (SMCs). SMCs in older adults are an early risk indicator for A...

Social Impairment and Social Inappropriate Behavior in Patients With First Episode Psychosis: A Caregivers' Perspective

Social impairment is one of the core symptoms in first episode psychosis and a part of its diagnostic criteria. Social impairment not only affects families and working performance but also creates distress and disharmony in social interactions and relationships. Despite of negative symptoms and social cognitive impairment found in patient suffering from first episode psychosis, clinicians occasionally identified socially inappropriate affectionate behavior after onset of psycho...

Prosocial Behavior and Exercise Among Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to compare two exercise programs to determine how well they help older adults make exercise a regular habit after 9 months.

Technology-assisted Vocal Exercise for Older Adults

Many detrimental effects of aging have been identified in the human voice, most of which are accepted as "normal". However, age-related vocal deficits disrupt communication and decrease quality of life in older adults and may be preventable and/or treatable through behavioral interventions. The objective of this proposal is to determine the effectiveness of a technology-assisted vocal exercise intervention on the vocal function and quality of life in older adults. Forty older a...

Epidemiology of Depression, Anxiety, and Cognitive Impairment

Many older adults have undetected health problems and lack basic prevention measures. Failure to identify and treat these conditions can lead to unnecessary morbidity and mortality and a decreased quality of life. Traditional screening and intervention programs, usually based in primary care providers' offices, have been insufficient, particularly in medically underserved populations. Alternate sites for screening and intervention have begun to receive attention and may hold...


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