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Dementia : non-pharmacological therapies

Author: Elisabetta Farina
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2012.
Series: Neuroscience research progress series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elisabetta Farina
ISBN: 9781614707363 1614707367
OCLC Number: 730414562
Notes: "Nova biomedical"--Cover.
Description: xv, 288 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Music therapy in dementia / Alfredo Raglio --
French clinical practice guidelines for non pharmacologic interventions in Alzheimer's disease and related conditions issues and perspectives / Jocelyne de Rotrou [and others] --
Recreational therapy interventions: a fresh approach to treating apathy and mixed behaviors in dementia / Linda L. Buettner and Suzanne Fitzsimmons --
Life review with people with dementia in care homes: a preliminary randomized controlled trial / Sarah Morgan and Robert T. Woods --
Translating research into practice: a pilot study examining the use of cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) after a one-day training course / Aimee Spector, Martin Orrell, and Elisa Aguirre --
User-participatory development of assistive technology for people with dementia: from needs to functional requirements. First results of the COGKNOW project / Franka Meiland [and others] --
Physical and mental exercise plus work therapy for Alzheimer's patients: a case-inspired treatment that slowed cognitive decline / Sharon Arkin --
Effect of personalization of private spaces in special care units on institutionalized elderly with dementia of the Alzheimer type / Kevin Charras [and others] --
Focus and effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for people with dementia in institutional care settings from the perspective of coping with the disease / R.M. Dröes [and others] --
Origins of Montessori programming for dementia / Cameron J. Camp --
The efficacy of a visual barrier to reduce room intrusions in nocturnal wandering: pilot evidence from two special care unit residents / Luc Pieter De Vreese --
Development of an evidence-based extended programme of maintenance cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) for people with dementia / Elisa Aguirre [and others] --
Computer-assisted spaced retrieval training of faces and names for persons with dementia / Nidhi Mahendra --
NPT-ES: a measure of the experience of people with dementia during non-pharmacological interventions / R. Muñiz [and others] --
Predictors of effective support for carers of persons with dementia / Franka J.M. Meiland, Cees Jonker, and Rose-Marie Dröes --
The ABC group for caregivers of persons living with dementia: self-help based on the conversational and enabling approach / Pietro Vigorelli.
Series Title: Neuroscience research progress series.
Responsibility: Elisabetta Farina, editor.

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