To create changes in policy and practice that will lead to recruitment and retention of high-quality direct care workers in nursing homes and in home- and community-based settings.
2519 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
Robyn I. Stone
- $261,230.00 awarded to Pennsylvania State University College of Health and Human Development - Evaluation of RWJF's Better Jobs, Better Care program - supplemental funding
- $694,060.00 awarded to American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) - Technical assistance and direction for the Better Jobs, Better Care program
- $259,845.00 awarded to Boston University School of Public Health - Determining whether an organizational cultural competence intervention is associated with certified nursing assistant job satisfaction and motivation
- $257,473.00 awarded to Connecticut College - Examining the effects wage and benefit differentials have on recruitment, retention and hours of work among the home care workforce
- $259,982.00 awarded to Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management - The effects of leadership, relationships and work design on improving institutional long-term care for residents and workers