A Multilevel Examination of Health Equity among Ethnic and Rural ADRD Caregivers

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A Multilevel Examination of Health Equity among Ethnic and Rural ADRD Caregivers


Age:
18+
Duration:
One year
Visits:
One survey and/or one 90-120 minute focus group
Study Type:
Caregiver Studies
Observational Studies
Online Studies and Surveys
Studies for People with Memory Impairment
Studies for People without Memory Impairment

Eligibility Requirements:

You may be eligible if you are: 

  • 18 years or older
  • Living in Northern Arizona
  • An English or Spanish speaker
  • An unpaid caregiver of a person with Alzheimer’s or related dementia

About the Study:

NAU researchers are conducting surveys and focus groups with caregivers living in Northern Arizona. Participants will receive a gift card. Once the study is complete, participants will receive a personalized map of health and support resources in their area.

Purpose:

Researchers are interested in the health of caregivers, and the resources they use and still need to maintain their physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Researchers want to develop programs that provide support to caregivers and that recognize the unique needs and assets of these populations in Northern Arizona. Results from this project will be used to inform culture-based programs for Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and rural caregivers. This study will combine findings from surveys and focus groups with caregivers, as well as interviews with policymakers and providers.

What is Involved:

The research study is for informal, unpaid caregivers to people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The survey may be completed electronically or by pen/paper and returned to the research team in a postage-paid envelope. Focus groups will take place by telephone, at predesignated times, according to caregiver availability. Caregivers may complete the survey as well as participate in a focus group. They will receive a $25 gift card for each activity as a thank you for their time.

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