Research

Our research engages all of those on the journey towards neurocognitive living: persons, care partners, families, and professionals. We bring universities, independent researchers, technology and pharmaceutical companies together through community-based studies with real-world outcomes for those on this path.

Click here to view a PDF of our 2018 Integrace Research Studies.

Telehealth Technology for Distance Counseling

Telehealth Technology for Distance Counseling

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of an online, person-centered videoconferencing version of the NYUCI, a supportive intervention that includes individual and family counseling and ongoing support for family caregivers

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Pathway to Diagnosis

Pathway to Diagnosis

The purpose of this study is to understand caregiver experience during their loved ones diagnosis due to different geographical locations in Maryland.

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Patient Family Engaged Care

Patient Family Engaged Care

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a Patient-Family Engaged Care (PFEC) intervention provided through the mobile phone ICmed app, an app where the older adult, family members or other caregivers are sharing health-based related information.

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Technology Needs Assessment of Older Adults with Mild to Moderate Dementia

Technology Needs Assessment of Older Adults with Mild to Moderate Dementia

The purpose of this study is to explore the safety and security online of individuals with mild to moderate dementia.

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STIMULATION OF LANGUAGE IN SUBACUTE STROKE (SLISSE)

STIMULATION OF LANGUAGE IN SUBACUTE STROKE (SLISSE)

The purpose of this study is to test the impact of a new, electrical stimulation treatment on language tasks in adults who have had a stroke.

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