The National Alliance for Caregiving is Seeking Family Caregivers of Veterans for a New Study
This study will provide an opportunity for caregivers of Veterans to be heard and improve services for caregivers and Veterans now and in the future.
If you are a family caregiver of a Veteran or know of one,
and wish to take part in this study, please sign up at:
The National Alliance for Caregiving is seeking participants for a new study of family caregivers of Veterans. This study is intended to determine how caregivers of Veterans are coping and what community and VA services, resources, and programs would support and assist them with their caregiving activities.
Caregivers are defined as those providing unpaid assistance, such as personal care, bathing, dressing, feeding, help with medications and other treatments, transportation to the doctors� appointments, and arranging for services. Caregivers of Veterans from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War through the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan will be included in the study. Caregivers include relatives and friends.
The study will use discussion groups, telephone interviews, and an Internet survey of caregivers of Veterans. The National Alliance for Caregiving is recruiting many family caregivers of Veterans from across the United States, and especially caregivers for the discussions groups living in or near: San Diego, San Antonio, and Washington, DC.
Cash incentives will be available for study participants and Veterans who refer them. Information obtained from the discussion groups, telephone interviews, and Internet survey will be confidential and will not be connected to the individual caregivers participating in the study.
Thank you for your consideration to participate in a study that could make a difference in the lives of caregivers of Veterans.
For more information.lease contact:
Kathy Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is funded by a grant from the United Health Foundation.