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Young-Onset Dementias


Caregiver Burden in Young-Onset Dementias

Principal Investigator:
Chiadi U. Onyike, M.D., M.H.S.

We are comparing measures of caregiver burden among those caring for young-onset dementias compared to those caring for individuals who had an onset of dementia at 65 years of age or earlier. This study is aimed at developing programs to increase resources for this particular group of patients and their families.  All individuals who had onset of dementia earlier than 65 years of age and who receive their care from the clinic are eligible for the study.

Contact

410-955-6158 or conyike1@jhmi.edu

Location

The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry
550 N. Broadway, Suite 305
Baltimore, MD


 
 

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