Take part in a National Survey on Balancing Work, Family & Caregiving

Are you working and providing care to an elderly relative?
Researchers Linda Duxbury, PhD and Maggie Stevenson PhD need your Help.
Click here to participate in a one hour survey, www.sprott.carleton.ca/2015-caregiver-study

The goal of this survey is to increase awareness at both the public policy and employer level of the challenges faced by those seeking to combine work, caregiving and perhaps childcare (employed caregivers) and by that make the business case for change. The study also seeks to identify differences in caregiving challenges faced by employed caregivers caring for relatives with various forms of dementia versus those caring for relatives with chronic non-dementia conditions.

This study is funded by the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR) and is part of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging. It has been reviewed and cleared by the Carleton University Research Ethics Board (613-520-2517; ethics@carleton.ca).

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