Sponsored Projects


Implementing 3-Step Workout for Life to Improve ADL Outcomes in Home Health

Synopsis

The 3-Step Workout for Life was developed to translate improved muscle strength into greater functional gains. The objective of this project is to adapt and augment the 3-Step Workout for Life into a deliverable intervention program for home health agencies.

Principal Investigator

Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu
Department: HP-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu PhD, OTR/L, FGSA

Associate Professor

Co-Investigators

Consuelo M Kreider
Department: HP-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Consuelo M Kreider PhD, OTR/L

Clinical Assistant Professor
Santanu K Datta
Department: HP-HEALTH SERVICES ADMIN

Santanu K Datta

ASO PROF

Project Personnel

Graduate Research Assistant

Department: HP-REHAB SCI DOCTORAL PROGRAM

Yun Chan Shin

GRADUATE AST-G

Research Assistant

Department: HP-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Kellen B Breton

OPS-Spons Prjs Non-Clerical

Funding Source


Synergizing Home Health Rehabilitation Therapy to Optimize Patients’ Activities of Daily Living

Synopsis

 Over 3 million older adults receive home health care services to improve health and functional status annually. This project examines the preliminary effects of an ADL-enhanced rehabilitation program to improve the ability to perform activities of daily living in older adults admitted to home health care.

Principal Investigator

Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu
Department: HP-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu PhD, OTR/L, FGSA

Associate Professor

Co-Investigators

Peihua Qiu
Department: PHHP-COM BIOSTATISTICS

Peihua Qiu

Founding Chair And Dean's Professor
Dorian K Rose
Department: HP-PHYSICAL THERAPY

Dorian K Rose

Research Associate Professor

Funding Source