Inviting Participants for a Research Study at Stanford University about the Unmet Needs of Seniors and Their Family Caregivers

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Family caregivers spend a lot of time and energy caring for the elderly. While being a caregiver for a loved-one is rewarding, most caregivers report physical and emotional stress, ranging from high blood pressure to depression and mental exhaustion. If you are a family caregiver, we invite you to participate in a study that involves a one hour interview with you and your loved-one.


  •     The participants reside in the Bay area
  •     The elderly individual has a primary family caregiver
  •     The elderly is 65 years or older
  •     The elderly is unable to perform at least 1 activity of daily living (ADL) as described in the Barthel
  •     Both the elderly and the caregiver are proficient in English

If you wish to be a participant, please contact:

    Samira Daswani
    Phone: (929) 400-3312
    Email: [email protected]
    Sohini Guin
    Phone: (650) 398-8485
    Email: [email protected]

 Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC) at Stanford University