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Improved end-of-life care for patients with dementia: greater family satisfaction and possibly greater end-of-life comfort

...the period 2005-2010. Outcome measures were the End-of-Life in Dementia-Satisfaction With Care scale (EOLD-SWC; range: 10-40) to assess quality of, or satisfaction with, end-of-life care, and the EOLD-Comfort Assessment in...

Galantamine (Reminyl) once daily outcome and satisfaction survey (RODOS) in mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease: a study in a real life population

Aim: To record in real life the appreciation of elderly patients, their caregivers and physicians of a once daily formulation of prolonged release of galantamine in the treatment...

Current treatments of Alzheimer disease: are main caregivers satisfied with the drug treatments received by their patients?

...Background/aims: A full comparison of the satisfaction with treatment using the current Alzheimer’s disease (AD) therapies from the perspective of caregivers has not yet been done. The aim of...

Reducing verbal agitation in people with dementia: evaluation of an intervention based on the satisfaction of basic needs

Objectives: Positive results have been reported with psychosocial interventions used to reduce verbal agitation (VA) in people with dementia, but there is no clear information regarding the proportion...

Effects of dementia-care mapping on residents and staff of care homes: a pragmatic cluster-randomised controlled trial

...staff stress and job satisfaction. The nursing staff made all measurements at baseline and two follow-ups at 4-month intervals. We used linear mixed-effect models to test treatment and time effects.;...

A telephone-delivered psychosocial intervention improves dementia caregiver adjustment following nursing home placement

...average 6 weeks following the care-recipients’ placement in a nursing home. Baseline assessment included self-report measures of caregiver emotional functioning, staff-caregiver interactions, placement satisfaction, health-related quality of life, and social...

A randomized controlled pilot study to evaluate a technology platform for the assisted living of people with dementia and their carers

...ability to care for their relative for longer. A computerized platform, ALADDIN, was evaluated in its usefulness to reduce carer burden and distress and to improve their quality of life,...

Helping carers to care–the 10/66 dementia research group’s randomized control trial of a caregiver intervention in Russia

...(two sessions); and (iii) training regarding specific problem behaviors (two sessions).; Measurements: Dementia was diagnosed using DSM-IV criteria. Caregiver: Zarit Carer Burden Interview; carer psychological distress (SRQ 20); and carer...

Web-based psychosocial assessment for caregivers of persons with dementia: a feasibility study

Purpose and Design: Most of the 5.4 million Americans with dementia are cared for by family members who experience care needs and time constraints. This quasi-experimental study examined...

Introducing a Latin ballroom dance class to people with dementia living in care homes, benefits and concerns: a pilot study

...emotional states and general levels of satisfaction for both people with dementia and care staff. The details of these findings have been used to design a quantitative study. ;...

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