CAPABLE for Frail Dually Eligible Older Adults
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Treatment||10 home-based functional services sessions over 4 months.|
|Sponsor||Johns Hopkins University|
|Collaborator||Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services|
|Start date||September 2012|
|End date||August 2017|
|Trial size||500 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT01743495, NA_00076471|
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers this research study which aims to learn more about whether services that help with medications, muscle strengthening, pain management and changes to houses can help improve older adults' ability to, walk, and take care of themselves while saving costs by reducing hospitalizations and nursing home admissions.
|Endpoint classification||efficacy study|
|Intervention model||single group assignment|
|Primary purpose||health services research|
The program consists of up to 10 home-based functional services sessions over 4 months.
time frame: Time Points are assessed one year after the intervention for two years
IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE
time frame: Outcomes Measures are assessed every four months up to one year
Male or female participants at least 65 years old.
- 65 or older
- Cognitively intact (≥ 10 on Brief Interview of Mental Status)
- Difficulty with ≥ 2 IADLS or ≥ 1 ADL
- ≤ 199% of Federal Poverty level
- Terminally ill --Active cancer treatment
- Hospitalized > 3 times in last 3 years
- Receiving home nursing, Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy
- Don't have phone or do plan to move in less than a year
|Official title||CAPABLE for Frail Dually Eligible Older Adults|
|Principal investigator||Sarah Szanton|
|Description||- 65yrs or older - Be able to stand (with or without assistance) - Have some difficulty with getting dressed, or preparing food, bathing - Receive a low monthly income - Have no plans to move in the next year - NOT be receiving home nursing or other therapy right now|
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