This database contains 19 studies, archived under the term: "Reminiscence and Anxiety Therapies"
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Does theatre improve the quality of life of people with dementia?
Background: A new communication method, the “Veder method”, has recently been developed. Caregivers are trained to apply this method in a group activity (“living-room theatre activity”) for people with dementia in which theatrical stimuli are used in combination with proven emotion-oriented care methods. The aim of this exploratory study was to evaluate the added value […]
The social treatment: the benefits of group interventions in residential care settings
We report findings from an intervention study that investigates the impact of group reminiscence (GR) and individual reminiscence (IR) activities on older adults living in care settings. This research aimed to provide a theory-driven evaluation of reminiscence based on a social identity framework. This framework predicts better health outcomes for group-based interventions as a result […]
Group reminiscence intervention in Taiwanese elders with dementia
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of structured group reminiscence therapy on behavior competence and physical functioning and to compare effectiveness of the intervention by stage of dementia in Taiwanese elders residing in institutional settings. A longitudinal experimental design was used. Seventy-seven Taiwanese elderly participants completed the study; 38 in the […]