Resources

The number of individuals living with dementia is steadily increasing, and family caregivers for individuals with dementia frequently experience challenges with maintaining their own physical...
This resource provides an example of an approach to caring for different subpopulations of people with dementia. UCLA Health adopted a structure that identifies people living with dementia, then...
This resource is a series of four videos (each roughly 12 minutes long) about how to transform care for people with involved disabilities according to the “independent living” model. The first video...
This resource curates resources from experts across the country in the field of trauma-informed care. Health care stakeholders are increasingly recognizing the impact of trauma on health and the value...
This resource offers tools that can support the efforts of behavioral health providers to deliver integrated and coordinated care. Areas of focus include: Peer supports (individuals in recovery from a...
This resource contains profiles of nearly a hundred programs that target complex patients across 36 states and territories, including Puerto Rico and Washington, DC. To qualify for inclusion, the...
This resource summarizes the benefits and characteristics of CCTs, including descriptions of several statewide initiatives. CCTs are multidisciplinary groups of care providers who address both medical...