Integrating Trualta Into Your Daily Workflow There are over 200 caregiver interventions documented in academic studies that are evaluated in controlled settings, but very few have actually been translated for real-world delivery at point of care1. In fact, due to the lengthy and incremental process that is required in traditional academic settings, only 14% [...]
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Building culturally relevant Indigenous caregiver education together with Minnesota & Tribal PartnersTyler Gibson2022-02-22T13:41:28-05:00
Building culturally relevant Indigenous caregiver education together with Minnesota & Tribal Partners When the Covid-19 pandemic first began, our partners at the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA) immediately saw the need for at-home, on-demand caregiver education. Specifically, after witnessing Minnesota’s Tribal Nations be significantly impacted by the isolation that the [...]
Trualta's New Learning Library The challenges and service disruptions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of caregivers in supporting the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Our new IDD learning library was created in response to our clients’ needs, as many are community-based organizations that serve older adults, [...]
The skills learned through caregiving are in high demand. Caregivers who take time away from paid work to provide care often face challenges when job seeking. They may worry that potential employers will see gaps on their resume and believe that they are not skilled or motivated enough for a [...]
Support for Caregivers Experiencing Grief and Loss Grief and loss are common companions to caregiving1. Diverse feelings of grief and loss may be felt by caregivers and their loved ones at various points while enduring a chronic or terminal illness and at end-of-life2. A caregiver may be faced with the functional decline of their [...]
Announcement Trualta has been studying its intervention rigorously since 2018 in partnership with the University of Florida to examine the effects of Trualta’s program with caregivers of people with dementia. Trualta is pleased to announce the publication of this study in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports, an international multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal 1,2. Study [...]
Health Literacy is a Growing Challenge Healthy People, an initiative run by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to improve the nation’s health and well-being, has recently launched the fifth iteration of their initiative. This initiative is revised every decade and builds on new knowledge to address the latest public health priorities. [...]
Introduction Life as we know it has been drastically changed over the last year by the Covid-19 pandemic. We have had to socially distance and isolate in order to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. This new reality has put older adults with dementia in a particularly concerning situation. Studies say that while [...]
Introduction On average, Americans with five or more chronic conditions spend 14 times more on health services than people with no chronic conditions¹. Programs focused on self-management and the subsequent reduction of hospitalizations and complications aim to reduce this economic burden². However, we’ve heard from our partners that the healthcare system is under preparing [...]
Introduction This fall, we asked 62 caregivers to complete a survey during their first login after registration. The caregivers were asked about their interests, confidence, living situation, and wellness. However, at Trualta, we recognize that behind these survey responses, there are real caregivers with real stories! So, we also took [...]