KINDER – Online Caregiver Education Program

Please Consider Participating in a Study of KINDER (Knowledge and Interpersonal Skills to Develop Exemplary Relationships), an Online Caregiver Education Program

Caring for a family member who is living with dementia can place new demands on our relationships. KINDER is a program developed by researchers at the University of Southern California to help family caregivers to focus on their relationships with their loved one, family members and friends, and themselves. There is no cost to participate in KINDER, which is being offered as a part of a research study. Caregivers will receive a payment for their participation in 3 surveys while completing the KINDER program. All study data is kept anonymous, meaning your identity is not connected to your survey data. (Disclosure: Caring for the Caregiver team member Kylie Meyer, PhD, MSc, participated in the development of KINDER and is a consultant on its evaluation.)

Thank you for helping our friends at USC learn about how the KINDER program can support family caregivers.

To learn more about KINDER or to register, please click here:

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