My name is Nicole and I work at Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School in Roslindale. I am part of the Marcus Institute for aging research. We are in the beginning stages of recruitment for a new research study called "Individualized Stimulation to Improve Mobility Study." We are trying to recruit 120 individuals aged 65-85 that have fallen twice in the past year. We are planning on having a visit site at the New Bridge on the Charles senior living facility so residents from Dedham do not have to commute as far.
I was wondering if it was possible to get a mailing list for the area for residents born between 1934-1954 to help us better recruit from this area and help the community around us. Please let me know a cost for acquiring such records.
If you would like to learn more about the study, the following link shows the preliminary results on how our non-invasive brain technology (tDCS) has shown to improve dual tasking (doing two things at once) and balance in older adults. https://ispgr.org/can-we-stimulate-the-brain-with-electricity-to-improve-balance-and-dual-task-ability/
Please let me know if you would like any more information!