Nighttime Insomnia Treatment and Education for Canadians with Alzheimer’s disease (NITE-CAD) advisory team
What is this Study about?
The purpose of this study is to get feedback and guidance to create the Nighttime Insomnia Treatment and Education for Canadians with Alzheimer’s Disease (NITE-CAD) program. The NITE-CAD program will be an educational and lifestyle program to support care partners to improve the sleep of their person living with dementia. The NITE-CAD program is based on an American program that improved sleep for persons with dementia. The program includes physical activity, light exposure, and education sessions.
The results from this advisory group will be used to inform a future pilot study testing the feasibility of the NITE-CAD program.
What Will Happen in This Study?
If you agree to participate, you will be asked to:
• Review the NITE-CAD materials and provide comments.
• Attend virtual or in-person sessions to discuss and share your feedback for modification of the NITE-CAD program.
There will be three to four meeting sessions, with each being 60-90 minutes in length.
Who is Eligible to Participate in this Study?
(1) Able to speak and understand English
(2A) Are a caregiver for a person with dementia with sleep difficulties.
(2B) Self-identify as a persons with dementia, who is currently or has previously experience sleep difficulties.
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