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Reviews

Australian Association of Gerontology. List of Published Evidence on Reablement Approaches, 2019.  Australian Association of Gerontology: Victoria. https://www.aag.asn.au/documents/item/2905

Lewin, G. Restorative home care services. Journal of Current Clinical Care, 2011, March/April, p 1-13.

Ryburn, B., et al. Enabling independence: restorative approaches to home care provision for frail older adults. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2009. 17(3): 225-234.

Effectiveness

Langeland, E., Tuntland, H., Førland, O., Aas, E., Folkestad, B., Jacobsen, F., & Kjeken, I. (2015). Study protocol for a multicenter study of reablement in Norway. BMC Geriatrics, 15(111), 1-9. doi:10.1186/s12877-015-0108-y.

Langeland E, Førland O, Aas E, Birkeland A, Folkestad B, Kjeken I, Jacobsen F.F, Tuntland H. (2016). Modeller for hverdagsrehabilitering – en følgeevaluering i norske kommuner. Effekter for brukerne og gevinster for kommunene? [Models of reablement. A study in Norwegian municipalities. Effects for users and gains for municipalities?].

Lewin, G., et al., The Home Independence Project. Geriatrian, 2008. 26(3): p. 13-20.

Lewin, G., S. Vandermeulen, and C. Coster, Programs to promote independence at home: How effective are they? Generations Review, 2006. 16(3/4): p. 24-26.

Tuntland, H., Espehaug, B., Forland, O., Hole, A. D., Kjerstad, E., & Kjeken, I. (2014). Reablement in community-dwelling adults: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Geriatrics, 14(1), 139.

Tuntland, H., Aaslund, M., Espehaug, B., Førland, O., & Kjeken, I. (2015). Reablement in community-dwelling older adults: A randomised controlled trial. BMC Geriatrics, 15(146), 1-11.

Tuntland, H., Kjeken, I., Langeland, E., Folkestad, B., Espehaug, B., Førland, O., & Aaslund, M. (2017). Predictors of outcomes following reablement in community-dwelling older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2017(12), 55-63.

Vabø M, & K, V. (2017) Sammen om en aktiv hverdag. Hverdagsrehabilitering i Eigersund og Karmøy kommune – erfaringer og refleksjoner fra et forskningssamarbeid. [Together on an active everyday life. Reablement in the municipalities of Eigersund and Karmøy – experiences and reflections from a research collaboration], In. Oslo: NOVA, Høgskulen Oslo Akershus.

Physical function

Burton, E., G. Lewin, and D. Boldy, Barriers and motivators to being physically active for older home care clients. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 2013. 31(1): p. 21-36.

Burton, E., G. Lewin, and D. Boldy, Physical activity levels of older people receiving a home care service. Journal of Aging & Physical Activity, 2013. 21(2): p. 140-154.

Burton, E., G. Lewin, and D. Boldy, Physical activity preferences of older home care clients. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 2014. 10: p. 170-178.

Burton, E., et al., Effectiveness of a lifestyle exercise program for older people receiving a restorative home care service: study protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. BMC Health Services Research, 2013. 13.

Burton, E., et al., Effectiveness of a lifestyle exercise program for older people receiving a restorative home care service: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2013. 8: p. 1591-1601.

Burton, E., et al., Determining the feasibility of a lifestyle activity program for inclusion in a restorative home care service: a pilot study. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 2014. 38(2): p. 79-93.

Burton, E., et al., Long term benefits of a lifestyle exercise program for older people receiving a restorative home care service: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Healthy Aging & Clinical Care in the Elderly, 2014. 6: p. 1-9.

Lewin, G. and S. Vandermeulen, A non-randomised controlled trial of the Home Independence Program (HIP): An Australian restorative programme for older home-care clients. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2010. 18(1): p. 91-99.

Lewin, G., et al., A randomised controlled trial of the Home Independence Program, an Australian restorative home-care programme for older adults. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2013. 21(1): p. 69-78.

Parsons, J. G. M., Sheridan, N., Rouse, P., Robinson, E., & Connolly, M. (2013). A Randomized Controlled Trial to Determine the Effect of a Model of Restorative Home Care on Physical Function and Social Support Among Older People. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 94(6), 1015-1022. 10.1016/j.apmr.2013.02.003

Quality of Life

King, A., II, M. Parsons, E. Robinson, and D. Jörgensen, Assessing the impact of a restorative home care service in New Zealand: a cluster randomised controlled trial. Health & social care in the community, 2012. 20(4): p. 365-374.

Parsons, J., Rouse, P., Robinson, E. M., Sheridan, N., & Connolly, M. J. (2012). Goal setting as a feature of homecare services for older people: does it make a difference? Age and Ageing, 41(1), 24-29.

Peri, K., Kerse, N., Robinson, E., Parsons, M., Parsons, J., & Latham, N. (2008). Does functionally based activity make a difference to health status and mobility? A randomised controlled trial in residential care facilities (The Promoting Independent Living Study: PILS). Age & Ageing, 37(1), 57-63.

Goal setting

Parsons, J. G. M., & Parsons, M. J. G. (2012). The effect of a designated tool on person-centred goal identification and service planning among older people receiving homecare in New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community, 20(6), 653-662. 10.1111/j.1365-2524.2012.01081.x

Parsons, J., Jacobs, S., & Parsons, M. (2014). The use of goals as a focus for services for community dwelling older people. In R. J. Siegert, and Levack, W, (Ed.), Handbook of Rehabilitation Goal Setting. San Francisco: CRC Press/Taylor & Francis.

Tuntland H, Aaslund MK, Langeland E, Espehaug B, & Kjeken I. (2016). Psychometric properties of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure in home-dwelling older adults. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 6(9), 411-423.

Experiences of older adults, relatives or health care providers

Hjelle KM, Tuntland H, Førland O, & H, A. (2016a). Driving-forces for home-based reablement:  a qualitative study of older adults` experiences. Health & Social Care in the Community, 1-9.

Hjelle, K., Alvsvåg, H., & Førland, O. (2017). The relative`s voice: How do relatives experience participation in reablement? A qualitative study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 10, 1-11.

Jakobsen F.A, & Vik K. (2018). Health professionals` perspective on next of kin in the context of reablement. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/09368288.2018.1450452.

Jokstad, K., Hauge, S., & Skovdahl, K.-I. (2016). Eldres erfaringer med hverdagsrehabilitering. Mestring og muligheter – krav og støtte i et dynamisk samspill. [Old adults` experiences with reablement. Coping and opportunities – requirements and support in a dynamic interplay]. Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning [Journal of Care Research), 2(3), 212-221.

Moe A, Ingstad K, & Brataas H. (2017). Patient influence in home-based reablement for older persons: qualitative research. BMC Health Services Research, 17(736), 1-10.

Moe, C., & Brinchmann, B. (2016). Optimising Capacity – A service User and Caregiver Perspective on Reablement. Grounded Theory Review, 15(2), 25-39.

Moe, C., & Brinchmann, B. S. (2018). Tailoring reablement: A grounded theory study of establishing reablement in a community setting in Norway. Health & Social Care in the Community (26), 113-121.

Vabø M, & K, V. (2017) Sammen om en aktiv hverdag. Hverdagsrehabilitering i Eigersund og Karmøy kommune – erfaringer og refleksjoner fra et forskningssamarbeid. [Together on an active everyday life. Reablement in the municipalities of Eigersund and Karmøy – experiences and reflections from a research collaboration], In. Oslo: NOVA, Høgskulen Oslo Akershus.

Assessment

Parsons, M., Senior, H., Mei-Hu Chen, X., Jacobs, S., Parsons, J., Sheridan, N., & Kenealy, T. (2013). Assessment without action; a randomised evaluation of the interRAI home care compared to a national assessment tool on identification of needs and service provision for older people in New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community, 21(5), 536-544. 10.1111/hsc.12045

Case management

Parsons, M., Senior, H. E. J., Kerse, N., Chen, M.-h., Jacobs, S., Vanderhoorn, S., . . . Anderson, C. (2012). The Assessment of Services Promoting Independence and Recovery in Elders Trial (ASPIRE): a pre-planned meta-analysis of three independent randomised controlled trial evaluations of ageing in place initiatives in New Zealand. Age and Ageing, 41(6), 722-728. 10.1093/ageing/afs113

Parsons, M., Senior, H., Kerse, N., Chen, M. h., Jacobs, S., Vanderhoorn, S., & Anderson, C. (2012). Should care managers for older adults be located in primary care? A randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 60(1), 86-92.

Senior, H. E., Parsons, M., Kerse, N., Chen, M.-H., Jacobs, S., Hoorn, S. V., & Anderson, C. S. (2014). Promoting independence in frail older people: a randomised controlled trial of a restorative care service in New Zealand. Age and Ageing, 43(3), 418-424.

Interdisciplinary care

Birkeland A, Langeland E, Tuntland H, Jacobsen FF, & Førland O. (2018). Hverdagsrehabilitering – spesialisert eller integrert? [Reablement – spesialised or integrated?]. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Helseforskning [Nordic Journal of Health Research], 14(1), 20. doi:doi.org/10.7557/14.4403

Birkeland, A., Tuntland, H., Førland, O., Jacobsen, F., & Langeland, E. (2017). Interdisciplinary collaboration in reablement – a qualitative study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 10, 195-203.

Brataas H, & Moe A. (2015) Hverdagsrehabilitering: pilotstudie om teambasert planlegging og innføring av Stjørdalsmodellen. [Reablement – a pilot study about team-based planning and implementation of the model of Stjørdal].  In: Centre for Care Research.

Eliassen, M., Henriksen, N., & Moe, S. (2018). The practice of support personnel, supervised by physiotherapists, in Norwegian reablement services. Physiotherapy Research International, e1754.

Eliassen, M., Henriksen, N. O., & Moe, S. (2018). Physiotherapy supervision of home trainers in interprofessional reablement teams. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-7.

Eliassen, M., Henriksen, N. O., & Moe, S. (2018). Variations in physiotherapy practices across reablement settings. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 1-14.

Hjelle, K., Skutle, O., Førland, O., & Alsvåg, H. (2016b). The reablement team`s voice: A qualitative study of how an integrated multidisciplinary team experiences participation in reablement. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare (9), 575-585.

 Hjelle, K. M., Skutle, O., Alvsvåg, H., & Førland, O. (2018). Reablement teams’ roles: a qualitative study of interdisciplinary teams’ experiences. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 11, 305.

Matthews, D. (2012). In-home care and ‘supported independence’ for the frail elderly: A social work perspective. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 24(1), 1-13.

Moe, A., & Brataas, H. V. (2016). Interdisciplinary collaboration experiences in creating an everyday rehabilitation model: a pilot study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 9, 173.

Parsons, J., Mathieson, S., & Parsons, M. (2015). Home Care: An opportunity for physiotherapy. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 43(1), 24-31.

Vik, K. (2018). Hverdagsrehabilitering og tverrfaglig samarbeid; en empirisk studie i fire norske kommuner. [Reablement and interprofessional collaboration; an empirical study in four Norwegian municipalities]. Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning [Journal of Care Research], 4(01), 6-15.

Zingmark, Evertsson, Haak (2019). Characteristics of occupational therapy and physiotherapy within the context of reablement in Swedish municipalities – a national survey. Health Soc Care Community. 2019;00:1–10.

Zingmark, Evertsson, Haak (2019). The content of reablement: Exploring occupational and physiotherapy interventions. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2019:82(2); 122–126.

Funding

Parsons, M., Rouse, P., Sajtos, L., Harrison, J., Parsons, J., & Gestro, L. (2018). Developing and utilising a new funding model for home‐care services in New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community, 26(3), 345-355.

Sajtos, L., Rouse, P., Harrison, J., & Parsons, M. (2014). Case-mix system as a boundary object: the case of home care services. Australasian Marketing Journal (AMJ)(0). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ausmj.2014.08.003

Quality assurance

Jacobs, S. P., Parsons, M., Rouse, P., Parsons, J., & Gunderson-Reid, M. (2018). Using benchmarking to assist the improvement of service quality in home support services for older people—IN TOUCH (Integrated Networks Towards Optimising Understanding of Community Health). Evaluation and Program Planning, 67, 113-121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2017.12.008

Cost utility and effectiveness

Brown, P. M., et al. (2009). “Cost of prescribed and delivered health services resulting from a comprehensive geriatric assessment tool in New Zealand.” Health Soc Care Community 17(5): 514-521.

Kjerstad, E., & Tuntland, H. (2016). Reablement in community-dwelling older adults: A cost-effectiveness study analysis alongside a randomized controlled trial. Health Economics Review, 6(15), 1-10

Lewin, G., H. Alfonso, and J. Allan, Evidence for the long term cost effectiveness of home care reablement programs. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2013. 8: p. 1273-1281.

Lewin, G., et al., A comparison of the home-care and healthcare service use and costs of older Australians randomised to receive a restorative or a conventional home-care service. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2014. 22(3): p. 328-336.

UniServices (2006). An economic evaluation of the assessment of service promoting independence and recovery in elders (ASPIRE). Auckland, Auckland UniServices Ltd.

Reduction in hospitalisation and institutionalisation

Parsons, M., et al. (2017). “Supported Discharge Teams for older people in hospital acute care: a randomised controlled trial.” Age and ageing: 1-6.

Delayed entry to Residential care

Parsons, M., et al. (2017). “Randomised trial of restorative home care for frail older people in New Zealand.” Nursing Older People 29(7): 27-33.

Workforce

Jorgensen, D., M. Parsons, M.G. Reid, K. Weidenbohm, J. Parsons, and S. Jacobs, The providers’ profile of the disability support workforce in New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community, 2009. 17(4): p. 396-405.

King, A., II, M. Parsons, and E. Robinson, A restorative home care intervention in New Zealand: perceptions of paid caregivers. Health & social care in the community, 2012. 20(1): p. 70-79.

King, A., M. Parsons, and E. Robinson, Creating sustainable home care. Health & Social Care in the Community, 2010. 20: p. 365-374.

Lewin, G., K. Concanen, and D. Youens, The Home Independence Program with non-health professionals as care managers: An evaluation. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2016. 11: p. 807-817.

Education

Silver Chain Nursing Association, Home Independence Program (HIP) User Manual. 2007, Silver Chain Nursing Association: Perth.

Smith, B., Kerse, N, & Parsons, M. (2005). Quality of residential care for older people: does education for healthcare assistants make a difference? The New Zealand Medical Journal, 118(1214), 1-11.

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