To address the high burden of caring for a Veteran with dementia, the primary purpose of this research program is to study how teaching caregivers about dementia and building their caregiving and self-care skills will impact caregivers and the Veterans they love.
Location: Palo Alto, California
Study Type: Caregiver Studies, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
EPIC II (Early-Stage Partners in Care) is a research project designed to assist people with early-stage memory loss and their care partners by providing early-stage related education and skill-training sessions designed to reduce stress, enhance well-being, manage challenges, and plan for the future. Researchers will gather feedback from individuals about their experience to continue to improve...
This is a study of adults, who have relatives with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. This study is trying to determine if the Residential Care Transition Module (RCTM) can reduce stress and help families who care for a cognitively impaired relative living in a residential long-term care environment.
The T-SCAN Lab at Rice University is seeking primary caregivers for family members diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease to participate in a research study on emotion regulation and coping strategies for caregivers.
Study Type: Caregiver Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People without Memory Impairment
3.5- 4 hours over 4 weeks
1 video chat appointment, one week of ~5 minute texts
The program aims to help caregivers to understand the losses that the illness produces in their loved one —losses in thinking powers, emotional control, the ability to direct one’s own behavior, and the ability to do day-to-day tasks. TELE-SAVVY will help participants learn how to guide their person through all these losses.The TELE-SAVVY program will helps build knowledge and skills, and a savvy...
Study Type: Caregiver Studies, Observational Studies, Online Studies and Surveys, Studies for People with Memory Impairment, Studies for People without Memory Impairment