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Building Resilience in Caregivers: An Online Study

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Are you the primary caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementia?

Not surprisingly, a caregiver’s own health often takes a back seat to supporting the person with a diagnosis of dementia.

The stresses of caregiving amplify the value of paying attention to your own brain health. Learn to be more effective at taking care of your needs, and you'll also be a better caregiver.

This online study is open now with limited spots. It is conducted as a specific group within The BrainHealth Project, a large-scale ongoing study that helps people of all ages unlock their brain potential and measure improvement over time.

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How It Works

Get your BrainHealth Index (pre- and post-training)
Meet three times with a BrainHealth coach
Gain access to ongoing BrainHealth training and habits

An online study for caregivers

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This six-month, online research study offers professional-quality, video-based training. The study will measure the impact caregivers experience from our cognitive training.

Participants receive two BrainHealth Index assessments (pre- and post-training), online training and live coaching, with a BrainHealth professional trained to support the challenges of caregiving.