The purpose of this study is to examine the association between caregiver stress and symptoms of depression in adult mental health caregivers who:
- are aged 18 or above
- are living in the United States
- have provided unpaid care at any time in the last 12 months for a relative with a mental health issue and an accompanying functional impairment (the mental health condition should be primary to the secondary physical condition)
- have helped with arranging or providing transportation, shopping, housework, preparing meals, managing finances, giving medicines or injections, or arranging services
- and/or have helped their relative with bathing or showering, getting to and from the toilet, get out of beds or chairs, dressing, dealing with incontinence or diapers, or feeding them
Your participation may provide you with a great opportunity to share your caregiving journey, but it may also bring us a better understanding of your experience. Your participation has the potential to positively impact other caregivers, prospective caregivers, and others.
We will not collect individually identifiable information about you or someone you care for during this study.
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