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Life enhancing activities for family caregivers of people with frontotemporal dementia
Aberrant psychological and behavioral symptoms are common in patients with dementia. These symptoms have negative consequences for family caregivers, causing stress and burden. Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) symptoms cause more pronounced stress and burden on caregivers than those associated with Alzheimer dementia. In this randomized, attention control pilot study, we delivered 5-weekly, one-on-one, positive affect intervention […]
Dementia caregivers’ responses to 2 Internet-based intervention programs
Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine the impact on dementia caregivers’ experienced stress and health status of 2 Internet-based intervention programs.; Design and Methods: Ninety-one dementia caregivers were given the choice of being involved in either an Internet-based chat support group or an Internet-based video conferencing support group. Pre-post outcome measures focused […]
Engaging communities in evidence-based interventions for dementia caregivers
Caring for a family member with dementia is associated with unique stressors and burdens related to caregiving. Delivering interventions with proven efficacy to dementia caregivers remains a challenge because of the complexity of providing psychosocial support and skills training for caregivers within current models of formal healthcare services. This article focuses on implementation research and […]