Yale Study: Families Working Together With Alzheimer’s Disease

I am happy to share with you an article that outlines the innovative research done by an incredible age-inclusive champion, Dr. Joan Monin, associate professor in the Yale School of Public Health, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the study’s lead author.  Please feel free to share this as appropriate.  Dr. Monin recognizes the span of caregiving age ranges and is conducting research to learn more.  The research suggests that a promising early intervention targeted at spousal care partners not only increases their quality of life but also may positively impact their partners living with dementia. 

Please see the full write-up on the intervention and outcomes.

NEW OPPORTUNITY:  Dr. Joan Monin

FAMILIES COPING TOGETHER WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE:

  • Study being conducted inviting individuals 18+ who has a parent that is at least 55 years of age and has early stage dementia
  • Both individuals may be eligible to participate in a free and confidential study to understand your experience coping with dementia together
  • Includes one, 2-hour interview session and one, 2-hour interactive session with you and your parent completing tasks together now and one year later
  • Sessions can be completed virtually, by phone or by mail (your preference)
  • Compensation for those who complete the entire session up to $600

SEE ATTACHED FLYER:  Contact Kathleen Williams at (203) 641-5373 or via email at [email protected]