Asian American Family Caregivers for Stroke
We’re looking for Asian American caregivers to take a 25-minute survey regarding factors that contribute to caregiver burden. The purpose of the study is to investigate how help-seeking behaviors and spirituality correlate with perceived feelings of caregiver burden in AA caregivers. Researchers aim to look at the relationship between mental health-seeking attitudes, spirituality, caregiver burden.
Participation will be an anonymous online 25-minute survey through Google forms. All participants may be entered in a raffle to win one of four $10 Amazon gift cards.
To participate in this survey, you must:
- be at least 18 years old or older
- able to read and understand English fluently
- identify as Asian American
- be a caregiver of an Asian family member with stroke for at least 1 month and within the last 5 years
- must be at least one generation younger than the family member being cared for (i.e. participant is caring for their parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles.
To participate, complete the survey here: https://forms.gle/51cqzMmSMhjzZGG4A
The unexpected start of caregiving for those with stroke poses unique and demanding challenges, impacting caregiver physical and mental health. Your participation will help occupational therapy and mental health practitioners better understand the different aspects of caregiver burden and help alleviate some of symptoms associated with caregiver burden.
This study is under the supervision of Dr. Yan-hua Huang of the CSUDH Department of Occupational Therapy. Researchers include current occupational therapy graduate students at CSU Dominguez Hills.
For questions, contact the researchers at firstname.lastname@example.org.