Research Projects

The Center for Research and Education conducts state-of-the-art Research Projects to enhance the lives of older adults, their families and the service providers who care for them.  

Our specialty areas of research are: 

  • Active Aging 
  • Diversity in Aging 
  • Elder Abuse 
  • Family Caregiving 
  • Long-Term and Residential Care  
  • Program Evaluation and Consumer Satisfaction 
  • Services and Interventions 

Below is a list of our current and completed research projects.  

Asset Publisher

Project Name Funded By Start End Contact
Evaluation of the LifeBio Program Ohio Department of Medicaid (subcontract from Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center) 2017 2019

Farida Ejaz
Online Resource for Comparing Evidence-Based Dementia Caregiving Programs The John A. Hartford Foundation, The Retirement Research Foundation, Archstone Foundation 2017 2019

David Bass
Training on Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation for the Senior Companion Program Corporation for National and Community Service 2019 2019

Farida Ejaz
Understanding Self-Neglect in Adult Healthcare Patients and Evaluating a New Intervention to Prevent It Administration for Community Living (subcontract from Wellmed Management Group, Inc.) 2016 2019

Farida Ejaz
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