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Subjective stressors moderate effectiveness of a multi-component, multi-site intervention on caregiver depression and burden

Objectives: The present study assessed whether caregiving contextual factors moderated outcomes of a caregiver intervention.; Methods: Extant data from the Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer’s Caregiver Health (REACH) II study, a randomized-control trial of a multi-component, multi-site intervention for dementia caregivers was utilized. 498 caregivers {83.1% women; mean [standard deviation (SD)] age = 60.3 (13.1)}, and their care […]