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Intensive Attention Training To Treat Brain Fog In Individuals With Long-COVID

Clinical Trial

Intensive Attention Training to Treat Brain Fog in Individuals with Long-COVID

IRB Protocol Number STU00220499

Contact

Katy Magee M.H.S., CCC-SLP/LCBIS LongCovid@sralab.org

Objective

The goal of this study is to test the feasibility and effectiveness of an attention training intervention as a potential treatment for brain fog symptoms (forgetfulness, confusion, or lack of focus) experienced by people with Long-Covid. 

Participants in this study will be asked to complete 2-4 sessions in which their memory and thinking abilities will be tested (2 hours each).

Depending on the group they are allocated to, most participants will also be instructed on how to complete a computerized program that aims to improve attention. They will be working on this program at home for 40 min a day, 5 days a week, for 4 weeks. During this time, they will meet with a speech therapist three times per week, at least one meeting per week will be in person at Shirley Ryan 香港六合彩即时开奖. 

Please fill out the screening survey to see if you qualify for the study. 

Who Can Participate

  • Between 18-65 years of age.
  • A history of confirmed Covid-19 infection.
  • Long-Covid brain fog symptoms (for example: forgetfulness, confusion, or lack of focus) starting on or shortly after the Covid-19 diagnosis.
  • Long-Covid brain fog symptoms interfere with everyday activities, and last at least 4 weeks. 
  • Able to participate in treatment once a week at Shirley Ryan Ability lab for 6 weeks over 2 months.
  • Proficiency in English. 

Compensation

Participants will receive monetary compensation for their participation.

 

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