Family Caregiving Study – Baylor University and Texas State University

Family Caregiving Study – Baylor University and Texas State University

Recruiting non-paid family caregivers who also work at least 30 hours per week for a caregiving study

Family Caregiving Study
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Do you provide non-paid care for a family member who is aging or has an underlying physical/mental disability or aliment in addition to your own job? Join Baylor University and Texas State University in a new research opportunity to learn more about family caregivers.

Baylor and Texas State researchers are seeking participants for a new study on how family caregiving affects work and family dynamics. We are recruiting adults who are working at least 30 hours/week and also serving as a family caregiver in the United States.

Participation only requires you to fill out two online surveys (approximately 20 minutes each, one month apart between Aug 31st and Oct 4th). In return, each person who completes the study will receive a $25 Amazon gift card with the possibility of earning up to $40 if you also refer other people to participate. Registration will close on August 30th.

To find out if you are qualified and to sign up, visit

Thank you for your interest. Please contact Dr. Matt Quade () with questions.

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CarePartners is a nonprofit, volunteer-led organization that provides support, education, and resources for caregivers and quality care to those living with memory loss and other challenges of aging. Much of our care is for the vulnerable elderly and individuals with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. CarePartners serves all people at no cost. We provide life-changing care as well as educational and support services to families in the Greater Houston area through our four core programs; Gathering PlaceSecond FamilyCommon Ground and Caregiver Educational Events. Visit our Monitoring the Coronavirus webpage for more helpful resources.