Dementia rates in the United States are predicted to nearly double by 2040, from 7.2 million in 2020 to nearly 13 million in 2040. The number of unpaid caregivers for people living with dementia will increase about 103.1%, from approximately 9.6 million to about 19.5 million. According to previous outside research, women have a higher lifetime risk of developing dementia, likely due to greater world and circumstantial impacts on their lives (i.e., taking on greater caregiver responsibilities than men, and financial and work impacts due to this caregiving role), and because women live longer than . . .