Dementia dogs: Their impact on community-dwelling persons with mild to moderate dementia

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Updated on 24 March 2022
moderate dementia
Online studies
Accepts healthy volunteers


This study is looking for pairs of participants: a person with mild-to-moderate dementia, and their caregiver. The study is interested in the difference that dogs can make in participants’ lives.


Study schedule:
-You will have a telephone interview. It will take up to 50 minutes.
-The caregiver will complete online questionnaires. These will take about 15 minutes.
-The person with dementia will wear an activity monitor for a week.
-The study activities will be scheduled at your convenience. You do not need to visit the study center.

Study activities may include:
-Completing a telephone interview.
-Completing online questionnaires.
-Wearing a wristwatch-style monitor to track your patterns of physical activity.

Treatment or experiment details:
The study is interested in:
-The impact of dogs on caregivers and people with dementia;
-The cost-effectiveness of dogs in dementia; and
-The level of acceptance of dogs in public places.
-There is no treatment being tested in this study.

Condition Dementia, Healthy Volunteers
Clinical Study IdentifierTX284500
Last Modified on24 March 2022

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