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Family caregivers are conducting nursing tasks with little or no training. Join an NIA-funded study to test a program to help family caregivers providing complex care!

Learning Skills Together (LST) is an online study funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). LST was developed to increase the confidence of people who care for people with dementia when performing complex tasks, like managing personal care tasks, coordinating medication and special diets, and tools to reduce caregiver stress.
Participants will be randomly selected to participate in Learning Skills Together or another program to promote healthy living among family caregivers.
Eligibility Criteria:
· Be a family member to an individual living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia
· Have reliable access to the Internet and email, and be able to attend sessions using Zoom
Why Participate?
· You may find improved confidence in caregiving
· You may reduce your emotional stress
· You can participate in the comfort of your own home
· You will help to advance dementia and caregiving research
Click here to take a 2-minute eligibility quiz:

You can also reach the project team by email at learningskillstogether@case.edu or by calling 216-368-1928.