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Enhancing the Quality of Life of Dementia Caregivers from Different Ethnic or Racial Groups: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

The current study aims to test the effects of a structured multicomponent intervention on quality of life and clinical depression in caregivers and on rates of institutional placement of care recipients in 3 diverse racial or ethnic groups.

 Research designed as randomized, controlled trial with 212 Hispanic or Latino, 219 white or Caucasian, and 211 black or African-American caregivers and their care recipients with Alzheimer disease or related disorders.

 Researchers found out that, a structured multicomponent intervention adapted to individual risk profiles can increase the quality of life of ethnically diverse dementia caregivers.

Resource: https://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/730374/enhancing-quality-life-dementia-caregivers-from-different-ethnic-racial-groups

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