Time for Living & Caring

Caregivers Need & Deserve Respite

Respite is defined as an intentional break from caregiving responsibilities. It is a time where caregivers can rest, relax, and do something for themselves. It may be as short as a few minutes or as long as a few days. Caregivers who use respite regularly are less stressed, happier, and healthier. However, caregivers are sometimes hesitant to use respite.

A team of researchers at the University of Utah designed a program called “Time for Living & Caring” (TLC) to help caregivers more effectively use respite. They are now conducting a research study where caregivers can try-out the TLC program and provide feedback about how it can be used by caregivers.

Participation Eligibility:

  1. Currently caring for a person experiencing dementia or memory problems.
  2. Currently the primary caregiver for this person.
  3. Currently living with this person.
  4. Able to read and follow directions in English. 
  5. Age 18 or older.
  6. Currently have access to respite (a short period of rest or relief from caregiving) at least once per week.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more or would like to participate.

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