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(1/273) A performance-based lottery to improve residential care and training by institutional staff.

Two experiments were conducted on four units of a residential facility for the multiply-handicapped retarded in an attempt to improve daily care and training services. Experiment I compared the effects of two procedures in maintaining the work performance of attendants, using an A-B design on two units. One procedure consisted of implementing specific staff-resident assignments, the other consisted of allowing attendants who had met performance criteria to be eligible for a weekly lottery in which they could win the opportunity to rearrange their days off for the following week. Results showed that the lottery was a more effective procedure as measured by the per cent of time attendants engaged in predefined target behaviors, and by their frequency of task completion in several areas of resident care. Experiment II replicated and extended these results to the area of work quality on two additional units, using a multiple-baseline design. The performance lottery was found to be an effective econimical procedure that could be implemented by supervisory staff on a large scale.  (+info)

(2/273) Update: influenza activity--United States, 1998-99 season.

This report summarizes influenza activity in the United States from October 4, 1998, through February 27, 1999. It also presents results of an investigation of an influenza outbreak among staff and residents at one long-term-care facility (LTCF), and estimates the 1998-99 influenza vaccine effectiveness against the circulating influenza A(H3N2) viruses at that facility. Based on influenza surveillance data, influenza activity in the United States began to increase in mid-January 1999 and remained elevated in most regions of the country through the week ending February 27.  (+info)

(3/273) Improving staff nutritional practices in community-based group homes: evaluation, training, and management.

We evaluated the effectiveness of a staff training and management package on nutritional practices in two community-based group homes serving adults with developmental disabilities. Food storage, menu development, and meal preparation were trained in a multiple baseline format, followed by supervisor feedback. All staff behaviors increased after training and were maintained for up to 1 year. Biological indices reflected collateral improvements in the health of consumers, and surveys of staff and parents established social validity.  (+info)

(4/273) Contact between people with learning disability and general practitioners: a cross-sectional case note survey.

BACKGROUND: This paper describes primary care consultation rates in a sample of people with learning disability. The study was carried out as part of a wider survey of primary care for this population group in response to concerns over quality of care and debate between general practitioners (GPs) and the local health authority over the need for additional remuneration for caring for people with learning disability. Estimates of consultation rates in the literature to date are conflicting and we sought to provide local data on the number and type of contacts with the primary care teams to inform this debate. METHOD: A primary care case note review was carried out of 112 people with learning disability aged over 18, identified from an administrative sample of 967 people known to health and social services. Contact rates (with practice nurses or GPs) were calculated and indirectly standardized for age using data from the fourth National Morbidity Survey in General Practice (MSGP4). RESULTS: Standardized consultation ratio in men was 156 (95 per cent confidence interval (CI) 142-172), in women was 111 (95 per cent CI 102-121) and for both sexes was 127 (95 per cent CI 120-135). Average contact rate was 4.6 per person per year. Eighty per cent of contacts were with GPs. Eighteen per cent (95 per cent CI 11-25 per cent) of subjects consulted, on average, more than once every two months. Limited information on underlying cause of learning disability and severity was available. Consultation rates were independent of age and sex, and were not increased in people with Down's syndrome or epilepsy compared with the rest of the sample population. Consultation rates were highest in people living in staffed group homes (p = 0.01). The presence of special arrangements between practices and residential facilities did not appear to increase service contact, but this finding is prone to measurement bias. CONCLUSIONS: Contrary to the findings of previous studies, people with learning disability consult primary care teams more frequently than the general population. However, this should not be taken as supporting calls for additional resources without addressing the effectiveness and appropriateness of health care offered.  (+info)

(5/273) A cost-effectiveness analysis of a residential radon remediation programme in the United Kingdom.

As residential radon programmes of identification and remediation have proceeded, so questions have been raised about their costs and benefits. This study presents a generalizable model for estimating the cost-effectiveness of a radon mitigation programme using the methodological framework now considered appropriate in the economic evaluation of health interventions. Its use will help to inform future discussion of radon remediation and lung cancer prevention programmes. Data from Northamptonshire were analysed, resulting in a societal cost-effectiveness ratio of Pounds Sterling 13250 per life-year gained in 1997. The percentage of houses found to be over the action level, and the percentage of householders who decide to remediate are shown to be important parameters for the cost-effectiveness analysis. Questions are raised about the particular importance of perspective in this type of analysis and suggestions are made for future research directions.  (+info)

(6/273) Aggressive behaviour at a residential epilepsy centre.

There is an extensive literature on epilepsy and violence, but no study has addressed aggression (i.e. apparently intentional violence) in a residential-care population. We performed a retrospective study at the Chalfont Centre for Epilepsy (a residential-care facility in rural Buckinghamshire) in order to determine the frequency and character of episodes of aggression. This allowed us to identify a group of aggressive subjects who were compared with age- and sex-matched control subjects drawn from the remaining residents. We found the prevalence of aggression to be 27.2% in 1 year amongst long-term residents. The overall frequency was estimated at between 121 and 207 incidents per 100 persons per year. A few incidents (0.7%) were related to an acute psychosis but they were more likely to result in significant injury. Offenders were younger than non-aggressive residents. Gender, age of onset of epilepsy, history of psychosis, mobility, abnormality on MRI scan, learning disability and seizure frequency were not associated with aggressive conduct.  (+info)

(7/273) Consecutive epidemics of Q fever in a residential facility for drug abusers: impact on persons with human immunodeficiency virus infection.

Two large outbreaks of Q fever occurred in 1987 and 1988 in an agricultural community for the rehabilitation of drug users. Approximately 40% of the residents were human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive. Two hundred thirty-five residents presented with clinical evidence of a flulike syndrome that was confirmed to be Q fever; moreover, a large proportion of residents developed an asymptomatic infection. Clinical signs and symptoms were rather nonspecific: fever, malaise, and muscle pain that were often associated with pulmonary symptoms. Single or multiple opacities were detected, with mild interstitial inflammation evident on chest roentgenograms. The source of infection was the sheepfold, which is part of the stock-farming activity of the community. Both outbreaks occurred just after lambing had begun. Residents who were exposed during the first epidemic were protected in the second one. The attack rate among HIV-positive residents was significantly higher than that among HIV-negative residents in the first outbreak, whereas only a slight, marginally significant difference was observed in the second outbreak. The clinical features of Q fever did not differ between HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals. No cases of relapse or chronic disease were observed.  (+info)

(8/273) Epidemiology and control of enterobiasis in a developmental center.

OBJECTIVE: To determine if enterobiasis could be controlled in a developmental center. DESIGN: Population-based study. Annual screening of all residents by perianal swabs for enterobiasis and on admission or discharge. Treatment of infected residents and their contacts with mebendazole, 100 mg orally, with two doses given 14 days apart. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: The number of residents with enterobiasis and the cost of the program. RESULTS: The prevalence of enterobiasis fell rapidly and progressively, from 21% before mass medication to 1% after 3 years. CONCLUSION: Mass medication of residents with enterobiasis and their contacts was beneficial, harmless, and cost effective.  (+info)



Juvenile Residential Facility Census


  • The Juvenile Residential Facility Census (JRFC) collected basic information on facility characteristics, including size, structure, security arrangements, and ownership. (umich.edu)

centers


  • In addition to asking for the national emergency declaration, other recommendations in the interim report included, but were not limited to, expanding access to residential treatment services and increasing the availability of medication assisted treatment at federally qualified health centers, drug treatment facilities, and in correctional settings. (healthaffairs.org)
  • Alcohol detox facilities are also often medical centers or residential treatment facilities where alcoholics can go to attend an alcohol rehabilitation program. (soberrecovery.com)
  • Drug detox facilities are often medical centers or residential treatment facilities where drug addicts can go to begin a drug rehabilitation program. (soberrecovery.com)
  • Detoxification facilities can be either an outpatient basis (mental health centers, addiction clinics or private clinics) or inpatient (hospital or residential treatment centers). (soberrecovery.com)
  • Residential Treatment Centers in Henderson, Nevada help girls who are suffering from eating disorders, attachment disorders, and self-harm. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Residential Treatment Centers in Henderson, Nevada Offer Therapy to Girls Suffering from Emotional Distress, Eating Disorders, Attachment Disorders, and Self-Harm. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • While not found in Henderson, Nevada, we hope you will take a look at Clearview, because it is much more reasonably priced than residential treatment centers in Nevada. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Residential treatment centers like Clearview Horizon offer therapy for young women with emotional issues that are leading them to poor choices and broken relationships. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Excerpt about residential treatment centers in Henderson, Nevada, used with permission from Wikipedia. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Residential Treatment Centers in Cleveland, Ohio help girls who are suffering from eating disorders, attachment disorders, and self-harm. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • While not found in Cleveland, Ohio, we hope you will take a look at Clearview, because it is much less costly than residential treatment centers in Ohio. (clearviewhorizon.com)

Census


  • The census indicated the use of screenings or tests conducted to determine counseling, education, health, or substance abuse needs, and also examined prominent issues about conditions of confinement, including the restraint of youth and improper absences from the facility. (umich.edu)
  • Data from the 2015 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (NSSATS) published in March 2017, depicts a substance use disorder treatment system that is at capacity-in the census of publicly funded substance use treatment facilities, 105 percent of residential (non-hospital) beds and 109 percent of hospital inpatient beds designated for substance use disorder treatment were occupied (numbers above 100 percent mean non-designated beds were also occupied). (healthaffairs.org)
  • Only facilities that held at least one juvenile for an offense on the CJRP census reference date are included in this file, i.e., all facilities in the biennial JRFC data may not be included in this concatenated matched file. (umich.edu)

JRFC


  • The JRFC included questions about the type of facility, such as detention center, training school, ranch, or group home. (umich.edu)
  • In 2000, the JRFC used four modules to collect information on the physical health services, educational services, substance abuse treatment, and mental health treatment provided to youth in these facilities. (umich.edu)
  • Each record in the concatenated matched data file provides information about the juvenile and also includes the characteristics of the facility in which the juvenile was held from both the CJRP and JRFC collections. (umich.edu)

Clearview


  • Clearview Horizon is such a residential treatment center, run by experienced professional counselors who help troubled girls who are struggling with life. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Please Contact Us for More Information and the Fees for the Clearview Horizon Residential Treatment Center for Girls, though we are located in the Pacific Northwest, not in Henderson, NV. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Please Inquire for More Information and the Fees for the Clearview Horizon Residential Treatment Center for Girls, though we are located in the Pacific Northwest, not in Cleveland, OH. (clearviewhorizon.com)

outpatient


substance


  • Because of the IMD exclusion policy, state Medicaid programs cannot use federal match dollars to pay for any beneficiary services affiliated with an IMD facility, including residential services for substance use disorders. (healthaffairs.org)
  • Moreover, Saloner and Le Cook observed disparities in access to publically funded treatment services, including residential services, among black and Hispanic people as compared with white people and advocated for increased Medicaid coverage for residential substance use disorder treatment services. (healthaffairs.org)
  • This study was undertaken to evaluate the treatment process and outcomes associated with a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) In-Prison Therapeutic Community (ITC) component of the 1991 Texas Criminal Justice Chemical Dependency Treatment Initiative, as well as to assess the effectiveness of prison-based drug treatment. (umich.edu)
  • Offers a residential school helping troubled youth overcome emotional difficulties and substance abuse. (dmoztools.net)
  • The goal for this study was to conduct a process evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) program, called the Genesis program, at the Southern New Mexico Correctional Facility (SNMCD) by examining the program's structure and assessing its intermediate impact upon participating inmates. (umich.edu)
  • The Other Way (TOW) program is an intensive residential substance abuse treatment program housed at the Clarinda Correctional Facility in Clarinda, Iowa. (umich.edu)

inpatient


  • Individuals ages 21 years and younger may receive care in an IMD (inpatient psychiatric) facility. (healthaffairs.org)

characteristics


  • Characteristics of the facility, treatment services, and facility population were also collected in the CJRP. (umich.edu)

youth


  • Christian residential facility for at-risk youth. (dmoztools.net)
  • Non-profit human services agency in Mount Holly, New Jersey, providing special education, residential treatment and emergency shelter for emotionally troubled, disadvantaged youth. (dmoztools.net)
  • The CJRP asked juvenile residential custody facilities in the United States to describe each youth assigned a bed in the facility on a specified reference date. (umich.edu)

disorder treatment


  • Center for Discovery, a leader in eating disorder residential treatment, announced the opening of its latest eating disorder treatment location for women in Bellevue, Washington. (behavioral.net)

disorders


  • Center for Discovery Bellevue , which is located in a residential neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington, focuses on treating women with eating disorders as a primary diagnosis and the issues surrounding the eating disorder. (behavioral.net)
  • Center for Discovery has long been recognized as the leader in the residential treatment of eating disorders in women. (behavioral.net)

foster


  • This information was complemented by a series of questions about other residential services provided by the facility, such as independent living, foster care, or other arrangements. (umich.edu)
  • Founded in 1893, offers residential services and therapeutic foster care for abandoned, abused, and neglected children. (dmoztools.net)

program


  • Often drug detoxification and treatment will occur in a residential program that lasts several months. (soberrecovery.com)
  • Nonprofit residential treatment program for troubled and traumatized children, including deaf and hard-of-hearing children. (dmoztools.net)
  • A transitional residential, Christian-based treatment program for girls aged 12-20. (dmoztools.net)

care


  • The IMD exclusion policy is amended, and elderly people may receive care in an IMD facility. (healthaffairs.org)
  • We care for 20 girls in a gorgeous log home style mountainside facility that was once a prestigious corporate hunting lodge. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Our clinical team includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a dentist, and licensed psychotherapists as well as teachers, mentors and residential care staff. (clearviewhorizon.com)

girls


  • Teenage girls in our residential treatment center attend individual, group, and family therapy sessions with our staff of therapists. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Our facility is located in a remote area of the Pacific Northwest because an important part of the therapy is for girls to get as far away as possible from past influences. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Will you take a few minutes now to browse through our website to discover more about our residential treatment center for girls, even though we are not located in Henderson, NV. (clearviewhorizon.com)
  • Parents send their girls to our residential treatment center from Cleveland, Ohio, and across the nation. (clearviewhorizon.com)

level


  • Therefore, these data can be analyzed at the juvenile or facility level. (umich.edu)

ages


  • Residential and educational facility providing treatment for boys ages 8-17 with emotional and behavioral challenges. (dmoztools.net)

private


  • The US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the IMD exclusion was reasonable and applied to both public and private facilities. (healthaffairs.org)

group


  • The study design included process and outcome evaluations using a sample of graduates from the first ITC treatment facility (Kyle cohort) and a matched comparison group of prison inmates who were eligible, but not selected, for assignment to an ITC. (umich.edu)
  • For the teens who come to our residential treatment center, we offer: academic instruction, professional therapy, animal-assisted therapy, individual and group therapy, a focus on creativity through art (music and writing), trauma recovery, physical fitness, outdoors adventure therapy, and much more. (clearviewhorizon.com)

health


  • Find links to sites for or about residential treatment facilities specializing in treatment of young people with emotional and behavioral health difficulties. (dmoztools.net)

months


  • Parts 2-4 (Treatment Background Data, Kyle Cohort, Aftercare Treatment Data, Kyle Cohort, Treatment Condition Data, Kyle Cohort): Treatment condition, discharge codes, and whether there were three months of residential aftercare. (umich.edu)

young


  • Young women come to our residential treatment center from Henderson, Nevada, and across the nation. (clearviewhorizon.com)

Programs


  • Residential adolescent Christian counseling center for struggling teens and families, with a referral service to other programs. (dmoztools.net)

teens


  • Residential facility for children and teens with mental retardation. (dmoztools.net)