Archived Grants

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Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale

Grant Date: 01.29.2002
Amount: $29,000

To continue to offer a series of educational programs for frail but cognitively sound residents.

Margaret Tietz Center for Nursing Care

Grant Date: 01.29.2002
Amount: $35,000

To create a medication reduction program offering residents non-pharmacological alternatives to systemic medications.

New York Congregational Nursing Center

Grant Date: 01.29.2002
Amount: $30,000

To enhance the residents' and family members' quality of life through resident-directed food programs.

Special Project Fund

Grant Date: 10.15.2001
Amount: $50,000

To identify barriers to obtaining wheelchairs and make recommendations for enhancing the responsiveness of the delivery system for people who need them.

Brooklyn Hospital Center

Grant Date: 06.21.1999
Amount: $175,000

In collaboration with the Wartburg Lutheran Home for the Aging, to create a program to assist caregivers of neurologically impaired blacks in northern and central Brooklyn during the acute and chronic phases of illness.

Cabrini Medical Center

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $175,000

In collaboration with Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and the Alzheimer's Association of New York, to create family-centered acute and long-term care environments that encourage partnerships between professional and family caregivers of patients with dementia.

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $100000

To launch a program to assist the extremely isolated caregivers of traumatic brain injury patients by creating and promoting an interactive web site.

Maimonides Medical Center

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $175,000

To plan and develop a Continuum of Care Initiative in collaboration with First to Care Home Care to integrate medical and support services for elderly patients and their caregiving spouses both in the hospital and after discharge.

Mount Sinai Hospital

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $175,000

To create the Caregivers and Professionals Partnership, a replicable program that offers providers, patients, and their caregivers a range of support, education, and information services.

NYU Hospitals Center

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $175,000

To improve the hospital experiences of elderly patients with dementia and their caregivers by including caregivers as partners in the patient care team, by providing them with support and information during and after hospitalization, and by collaborating with them in the development of staff training programs.

Peninsula Hospital Center

Grant Date: 01.04.1999
Amount: $175,000

To expand the breadth and duration of family support services for caregivers of patients with traumatic brain injury.

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