This database contains 6 abstracts archived under the term: "centred"
Background: Dementia care mapping and person centred care are well-accepted as processes for improving care and well-being for persons with dementia living in the residential setting. However, the impact of dementia care mapping and person centred care on staff has not been well researched.; Objectives: The impact of person centred care and dementia care mapping […]
Background: The main objective of care for people with dementia is the maintenance and promotion of quality of life (Qol). Most of the residents in nursing homes have challenging behaviors that strongly affect their Qol. Person-centered care (PCC) is an approach that aims to achieve the best possible Qol and to reduce challenging behaviors. Dementia […]
Background/Aims: A recent cluster-randomized controlled study showed that the VIPS practice model (VPM) for person-centred care had a significant effect on neuropsychiatric symptoms in nursing home residents with dementia. The randomized controlled trial (RCT) indicated that a substantial proportion of the total variance of the effects was related to conditions in the particular unit (ward). […]
Aims: We examined whether Dementia Care Mapping (DCM) or the VIPS practice model (VPM [Valuing people with dementia and those who care for them (V); treating people as Individuals (I); looking at the world from the Perspective of the person with dementia (P); and a positive Social environment in which the person living with dementia […]
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 effects of providing person-centered care, as the person-centered components of some intervention studies are unclear—targeting very different and highly specific aspects of person-centeredness, as well as […]
Background: There is good evidence of the positive effects of person-centered care (PCC) on agitation in dementia. We hypothesized that a person-centered environment (PCE) would achieve similar outcomes by focusing on positive environmental stimuli, and that there would be enhanced outcomes by combining PCC and PCE. Methods: 38 Australian residential aged care homes with scope […]
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