Objective: Research has shown that aging services technologies (ASTs) can reduce caregiver burden. However, ASTs have been underutilized due to a lack of awareness and resources regarding their costs, functionalities, and benefits. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a video-based intervention for caregivers. Method: Thirty-eight caregivers completed questionnaires before (T1) and after (T2) viewing videos that discussed aids for memory, medication management, and daily living. AST-related knowledge, attitude, and stigma were assessed at T1 and T2. Program satisfaction was evaluated at post-test. Results: A majority of the participants were female (69%). Most caregivers indicated that their care-receivers had functional limitations secondary to medical conditions (82%). Remembering and managing medications, exercising and completing housework, and high fall risk were the highest ranked challenges by caregivers that their care-receiver faced. The biggest group of caregivers lived with their care-receivers (39%). Wilcoxon Signed Ranks tests showed caregivers were more accurate when...

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