Southeastern Institute of Research (SIR) Survey
We, the Southeastern Institute of Research (SIR), are conducting an important research study on behalf of the National Alliance for Caregiving and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The study includes a survey that investigates issues related to caring for someone with MS and the needs of family and friend caregivers. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous and confidential. No one will ever ask for respondent's names or contact information.
Responses will be combined with those of other caregivers and will be shared with the National Alliance of Caregiving and the MS Society so that they can learn how to better meet the needs of those caring for people with MS.
NOTE: Caregivers please complete this survey by Friday, October 21. For the purposes of this research study, caregivers are defined as family or friends, not professionally-paid caregivers.
MS Caregiver Survey This survey is no longer available, but you can click the link to go to Southeastern Institute of Research.
If you are not a caregiver of someone with MS yourself and would like to see what the survey looks like before posting it, just let us know and we'll send you a testing link so that your responses won't be grouped with those of MS caregiver respondents.
If you have any questions or would like additional information about this research project, please contact Anna MacIntosh, SVP of Research Operations at SIR at Anna@SIRresearch.com or (800) 807-8981 (ext. 18).
Thank you in advance for your participation!
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