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Table 2 Demographic details of study participants

From: Are clinical trials randomising households to lifestyle interventions to delay cognitive decline feasible? A pilot study to determine the beliefs, preferences, and deterrents for households impacted by dementia based on semi-structured interviews

Household Sex of PWD Age of PWD (yrs) Neurocognitive Disorder Cognitive Test Results PADL IADL Sex of other Household member(s) Relationship to PWD Formal Home Supports
1 Male 71 Alzheimer’s Disease MoCA 13/30 I A Female Wife None
       Female Daughter  
2 Male 73 Mild Cognitive Impairment MoCA 23/30 I A Female Wife None
3 Male 78 Mixed vascular and Alzheimer’s Disease MoCA 15/30 A A Female Daughter-in-law None
       Male Son  
       Male Grandson  
4 Female 87 Alzheimer’s Disease MoCA 19/30 I A Female Daughter None
5 Female 79 Mixed vascular and Alzheimer’s Disease MoCA 10/30 A D Male Son Home Help
6 Male 86 Mild Cognitive Impairment ACE-III 73/100 I A Female Wife None
7 Male 80 Lewy Body Dementia MoCA 14/30 I A Female Wife Home Help
       Female Daughter  
8 Male 77 Vascular Dementia MoCA 14/30 I A Female Wife None
  1. PWD person with dementia, ACE-III Addenbrooke’s cognitive examination III, MoCA Montreal Cognitive Assessment, PADL Personal Activities of daily living, IADL Instrumental Activities of Daily Living, I Independent, A Assistance Needed, D Dependent