Research and Evaluation
CACL is a trusted university-based resource for applied research, evaluation and technical assistance, which will improve knowledge, policies and practices that guide New Hampshire citizens and policy makers in preparing for the aging of the population. CACL offers applied research and evaluation expertise in the following areas:
- Long Term Care Systems
- Community Based Programs
- Caregiving (informal & formal)
- Aging and Demographics
Research and Evaluation Projects
CACL is implementing DirectConnect, a project created to address the growing need for additional direct care workers in NH. As part of the project, CACL is completing an evaluation of the DirectConnect program.
Aging & Disability Resource Center Evaluation
CACL provides project management, evaluation and training in partnership with BEAS and the ServiceLink Resource Center Network to develop, support and enhance the Network under Administration on Aging grant funds. To read the 2003-2009 evaluation report, click here. To read the NH ADRC Five Year Operational Plan, a supplement to the State Plan on Aging, click here.
Seniors Count Community Liaison Project Report
CACL performed the evaluation for this AoA funded project. Click here to view the full report.
CMS Real Choice Systems Transformation Evaluation
CACL provided project management and evaluation for BEAS under the CMS Real Choices Systems Transformation grant. To read the 2003-2009 evaluation report, click here.
Transitions in Caregiving Evaluation
This Insitutional Review Board approved project conducted research related to caregiver well-being. Click here to read the final evaluation report.
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Caregiver Module
CACL works to support NH's inclusion of the BRFSS Caregiver Module and also provides analysis of caregiver data to inform state policy makers.
CACL performed the evaluation for this project, funded by the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, focused on increasing caregiver supports and volunteer networks. Click here for the evaluation report.