Agitation in Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial

Agitation in Alzheimer’s
Clinical Trial

Agitation in Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial

Our team Richmond Behavioral Associates has over 20 years of experience in memory loss related conditions and is currently conducting a clinical trial for agitation in those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It is a short study that last about 8 weeks.
  • Are you agitated or frustrated?
  • Have you had memory loss?

Reducing agitation can prevent injury or hospitalization,
enable patients to keep living at home

People with Alzheimer’s disease can get anxious or upset easily. They might be restless, unable to sleep, or pace back and forth. These problems, called agitation, can keep them from a normal day-and-night routine and might become harmful for your loved one or her caregivers.

Interested in joining this study please review the tabs below and be sure to select the contact tab for an initial screening.

Agitation in Alzheimer's Clinical Trial



During the screening the study doctor will ask questions and perform tests to see if the study is right for you and the person you care about. The entire study last about 8 weeks.

If accepted the patient will need a study partner, a family member or caregiver for support and assistance during the trial period.

Qualification Criteria

  • Be age 50 or older
  • Get agitated, confused, restless or have behavioral problems
  • Participant must be accompanied by a family member or caretaker

Study Participants Will Receive

  • All study-related evaluations, physical exams and visits at no cost
  • All study medication at no cost
  • Possible compensation for their time and travel


Richmond Behavioral Associates

4349 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10312

Call to schedule a screening

(718) 317-5522 ext 3



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