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Memory

1. Need Help Caring for Someone with Memory Problems?

A new research study is now enrolling people with memory problems and their caregivers! The goal of this study is to find out if providing assistance in obtaining appropriate care for older adults with memory problems will help them remain at home longer, as well as improve quality of life.

Who can participate?
Low income older adults living at home in the Baltimore area who have memory problems may be eligible to join the study.

What does the study involve?
Participants will be visited several times in their homes by a specially-trained team from Johns Hopkins. The team will ask questions about memory and health, and provide up to 18 months of care coordination services.

For more information, please call 410-550-6744.

PI: Quincy Miles Samus, Ph.D.
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