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Building Resilience in Caregivers: An Online Study

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

Senior couple, caregiver and spouse, looking at mobile phone together and smiling.

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 six-month online study is part of a larger initiative known as The BrainHealth® Project, a longitudinal study focused on identifying determinants of brain health.

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How It Works

An online study for caregivers

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Participants Receive:

  • Two BrainHealth Index assessments (pre- and post- training)

  • Online training

  • Virtual coaching with a BrainHealth professional trained in Alzheimer’s

Your coach will help translate training concepts and strategies to support the challenges that come with caregiving.

Reframe How You Define Brain Health

Caregivers focus on a spouse/family member’s health – possibly neglecting their own.

The challenges of caregiving are real. What you do matters. Being intentional about how you navigate the years ahead is important for your own brain health.

Learn ways to make the most of your capacity of thrive in life.

What Is The BrainHealth Project?

Decades of research show The BrainHealth Project offers tools that can help caregivers learn to navigate challenges of caregiving while also caring for their own brain health.

While training is not specific to caregiving, your coach will be knowledgeable about dementia and help translate training strategies to the specific challenges faced as a caregiver.

Reminder: Building Resilience in Caregivers is a six-month online study.