The MIND at Home model of dementia care coordination was developed from decades of clinical dementia care experience and knowledge gained by internationally recognized leaders and the work of health services and researchers. It is based on best practice recommendations for persons with dementia and is driven by evidence-based research. The development and testing of MIND at Home has occurred through a series of research projects supported by philanthropic and public funding. All studies were approved by the Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board.
PRIOR MIND AT HOME RESEARCH PROJECTS
MIND at Home Phase I
A cross-sectional study to test a telephone screening method for identify people living in the community in need of dementia care.
MIND at Home Phase II
A randomized controlled trial (RCT) testing the effectiveness of an 18-month dementia care coordination intervention with community-residing people who had cognitive disorders.
CURRENT MIND AT HOME RESEARCH PROJECTS
MIND Demonstration Project
A public health initiative funded by CMS testing the effectiveness of the MIND-Plus intervention with low-income people who have dementia and live in the greater Baltimore area.
MIND Randomized Controlled Trial
A RCT funded by NIA testing the effectiveness of the MIND-Streamlined intervention involving community-residing people in the greater Baltimore area who have dementia and their informal caregivers.