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Online Caregivers Study Needs Volunteers

The University of Maryland is conducting an online study for caregivers. The purpose of the study is to learn more about the experiences and needs of caregivers, who are often overlooked. If you provide daily care for a loved one, you may be able to take part in the study. Or if a loved one takes care of you on a daily basis, they may qualify to participate.

For more information see the recruitment notice:

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Wonderful, Linda! This link will take you to where you need to go.

http://www.healthcentral.com/alzheimers/c/62/171303/caregivers-study-recruiting

Caregivers need representation. It's taken years to get this far. Your help will be appreciated.
Carol

I would like to volunteer. I live with my mom. My dad passed away 3 months ago at home from kidney failure and suffered for awhile. Mom had suffered a heart attack a year ago and then a stroke in January which made her lose part of her sight and her short term memory. I still work full time. I've been living at their house for 5 years. It would be nice to share my experiences with someone.

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