Healthy Patterns Sleep Intervention for Persons with Memory and Sleep Problems and their Caregivers

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Study Overview

The Healthy Patterns Study intervention is a home-based activity intervention designed to introduce activities and education that promote healthy sleeping habits and improve well-being for those suffering with memory and sleep issues . Principal Investigator: Nancy A. Hodsgon, PhD, RN, FAAN, Nursing School, University of Pennsylvania

Study Description

Specific components of this brief, one-month, four home-based sessions .
Intervention includes: 1) your loved one will wear a watch for 1 month to monitor their sleep problems 2) educating caregivers on environmental cues to promote activity and sleep; and 3) training of caregivers in using timed morning, afternoon, and evening activities based on circadian needs across the day.

Additional Information:

Both caregiver and care receiver will receive a $50 gift card at the completion of the 4 weeks.

  • Study Identifier: 825000

Recruitment Status

Open

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