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Rural Dementia Caregiver Project

​The University of California, San Francisco, in collaboration with Sanford Health are conducting a project that seeks to improve the well-being of rural caregivers of people living with dementia through an online 6-week workshop called Building Better Caregivers. The Rural Caregiver Project is a research study that is evaluating an online workshop to help caregivers of people with memory loss reduce stress and learn new skills.

What does the workshop offer?

  • Interactive 6-week online workshop
  • Access any time, day or night
  • New skills to help you reduce your stress, manage difficult behaviors of your family member or friend, take better care of yourself, and plan for the future
  • Information on community resources
  • Ideas and support from trained staff and other caregivers
  • Free workbook to keep
All caregivers will receive up to $80 in cash for completing four surveys and there is no cost to participate.

For more information, go to https://caregiverproject.ucsf.edu/.

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