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