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Sheryl Elliott, MUS
Sheryl Elliott, MUS

 

Tel: 503-725-2130
E-mail: sheryle@pdx.edu
Office: URBN 470S

Research Interests

Policies that promote access to affordable housing, services, and resources; long-term care facility organizational structure and practices; person-centered care practices in long-term care settings.

Current Projects

Sheryl carries out a variety of research and project manager activities including evaluation of community-based care resident and community characteristics, and evaluation that measures quality of care in long-term care settings. Past research projects include evaluation of adult care homes, evaluation of services provided at congregate meal sites, evaluation of older adults’ legal needs, and evaluation of Oregon's Aging and Disability Resource Connection and person-centered care options counseling. She holds a master’s degree in Urban Studies from Portland State University.

Selected Publications

  • Carder, P.C., Elliott, S., Tunalilar, O., Dys. (2018) Adult Foster Home Resident and Community Characteristics Report. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.
  • Carder, P.C., Tunalilar, O., Elliott, S., Dys, S., Neal, MB. (2018) Community-Based Care Resident and Community Characteristics Report. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.
  • White, D., Elliott, S., Hasworth, S. (2017) Acquired Brain Injury Training Guide. Submitted to the Oregon Department of Human Services.
  • Neal, M.B., Elliott, S., Rushkin, M., & Wernher, I. (2016). Evaluation of Volunteers of America Oregon’s Innovative Project for Older Adults with Late-stage Dementia. Report submitted to Volunteers of America, Oregon. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.
  • Elliott, S., (2016). Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialist Participant Companion Guides. Submitted to The Oregon Health Authority. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.
  • White, D.W., & Elliott, S. (2015) Consumer Satisfaction with Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Services: Round 4. Report submitted to Oregon Department of Human Services: Aging and People with Disabilities. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.
  • Neal, M. B., & Elliott, S. (2015) Older Oregonians’ Legal Needs: A study Conducted for the Oregon Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities, State Unit on Aging. Available Institute on Aging, Portland State University.