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Effects of multisensory stimulation on a sample of institutionalized elderly people with dementia diagnosis: a controlled longitudinal trial
[Abstract] Long-term effects of multisensory stimulation were assessed using a ‘‘Snoezelen’’ room on older residents with dementia. Thirty patients were randomly assigned to 3 groups: multisensory stimulation environment ...
What causes grief in dementia caregivers?
[Abstract] Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most prevalent neurodegenerative disease in the world. Most AD patients become dependent on their relatives, i.e. family caregivers. Providing care to a person with AD ...
The partial volume effect in the quantification of 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy in Alzheimer's disease and aging
(IOS Press, 2014)
[Abstract] 1H-MRS variability increases due to normal aging and also as a result of atrophy in grey and white matter caused by neurodegeneration. In this work, an automatic process was developed to integrate data from ...
Multisensory stimulation on mood, behavior, and biomedical parameters in people with dementia: is it more effective than conventional one-to-one stimulation?
[Abstract] The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of multisensory stimulation in a multisensory stimulation environment (MSSE) such as a Snoezelen room versus one-to-one activity sessions with regard to mood, ...
Risk factors of high burden caregivers of dementia patients institutionalized at day-care centres
[Abstract] We examined which variables are associated with day care centres utilization among caregivers of dementia patients. A cross-sectional analysis of sociodemographic variables, relationship with caring and ...