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Caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias (ADRD) may extract
a high toll as the disease causes memory loss, reduces the ability to communicate
and changes personality and behavior. African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely
than whites to have ADRD and be caregivers. Current evidence from cross-sectional
studies suggests caregiving for persons with ADRD is associated with adverse health
outcomes. However, these poor outcomes may be overstated due to poor initial health
or understated if persons with good health are more likely to provide care, and may
differ by race/ethnicity.
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