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Your search has found 466 articles in the database for the term 'Level of Competence of People Working with Dementia'

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Service users’ involvement in the development of a maintenance cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) programme: A comparison of the views of people with dementia, staff and family carers

...thematic analysis approach to examine user perceptions on the maintenance cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) programme. Three focus groups were carried out with people with dementia, three with staff, and three...

Effectiveness of a recovery‐orientated psychiatric intervention package on the wellbeing of people with early dementia: A preliminary randomised controlled trial

...Objective: To investigate whether recovery-orientated psychiatric assessment and therapeutic intervention enhances the wellbeing of people with dementia and their family carers. Methods: In a preliminary randomised controlled trial, 48...

The effects of a Cognitive Stimulation Therapy [CST] programme for people with dementia on family caregivers’ health

...Background: There is growing evidence that Cognitive Simulation Therapy (CST) benefits cognition and quality of life of people with dementia, but little is known about the indirect effects of...

Improvements in gait characteristics after intensive resistance and functional training in people with dementia: a randomised controlled trial

...Background: Preventing and rehabilitating gait disorders in people with dementia during early disease stage is of high importance for staying independent and ambulating safely. However, the evidence gathered in...

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

...of Danzón were developed, depicting the experiences of people with dementia and care staff respectively. Danzón psychomotor intervention was found to enhance positive emotional states and general levels of satisfaction...

A comparison of neuropsychiatric and cognitive profiles in delirium, dementia, comorbid delirium-dementia and cognitively intact controls

...Purpose: Delirium and dementia have overlapping features that complicate differential diagnosis. Delirium symptoms overshadow dementia symptoms when they co-occur, but delirium phenomenology in comorbid cases has not been compared...

A complex multimodal activity intervention to reduce the risk of dementia in mild cognitive impairment–ThinkingFit: Pilot and feasibility study for a randomized controlled trial

...Background: Dementia affects 35 million people worldwide and is currently incurable. Many cases may be preventable because regular participation in physical, mental and social leisure activities during middle age...

Implementing national guidelines for person-centered care of people with dementia in residential aged care: Effects on perceived person-centeredness, staff strain, and stress of conscience

...Background: Person-centeredness has had substantial uptake in the academic literature on care of older people and people with dementia. However, challenges exist in interpreting and synthesizing the evidence on...

Effectiveness of a recovery-orientated psychiatric intervention package on the wellbeing of people with early dementia: a preliminary randomised controlled trial

...Objective: To investigate whether recovery-orientated psychiatric assessment and therapeutic intervention enhances the wellbeing of people with dementia and their family carers.; Methods: In a preliminary randomised controlled trial, 48...

Life review and life story books for people with mild to moderate dementia: a randomised controlled trial

...Objectives: To evaluate the effect of different pathways for developing a life story book (LSB) for people with dementia.; Method: Preliminary randomised control trial; 23 people with dementia in...

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