Balancing Work and Caregiving

Caregivers Wanted for Online Research Study

If you work at least 20 hours and care for an adult relative, you are invited to participate in a research study that takes place online.

This study, funded by the National Institute on Aging is designed to better understand the needs of working caretakers (dual duty caregivers), and discover how online programs and technology may help address those needs. Study participants who qualify will be asked to complete two online surveys (taking 25-30 minutes) and review an online program addressing caregiver stress, work life balance, and self-care.

Participants will receive $50 for each survey completed ($100 total in Amazon gift cards or checks) and will be entered into a raffle drawing for $500.

To learn more about the study and qualifications, please email with the subject line “Caregiver Alliance” – and include your name and a phone number where you can be reached.

The principal investigator in charge of this study is Diane Deitz PhD. She can be contacted via the study e-mail at or at . We appreciate your input and look forward to hearing from you!