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    Partecipante Assiduo L'avatar di sugar1984
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    cerco questo articolo sulla stimolazione cognitiva!!!

    ciao!!!!! cerco per la tesi un articolo che non è free access...
    se qualcuno lo avesse in formato pdf me lo manderebbe gentilmente via pm se si può?? altrimenti all'indirizzo msn che ho nel profilo...
    l'articolo è di spector,
    orrell , davies e coll e si chiama "can reality orientation be
    rehabilitated? development and piloting of an evidence based
    programme
    of cognition-based therapies for people with dementia"
    in
    Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 11 pagg 377-397


    grazie mille buon ferragosto a tutti!!
    Tutto passa…tranne l’autobus che stiamo aspettando

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    Riferimento: cerco questo articolo sulla stimolazione cognitiva!!!

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    Can reality orientation be rehabilitated? Development and piloting of an evidence-based programme of cognition-based therapies for people with dementia.
    By: Spector, Aimee; Orrell, Martin; Davies, Stephen; Woods, Bob. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Jul2001, Vol. 11 Issue 3/4, p377-397, 21p, 2 charts Abstract: This study describes the development and implementation of a programme of cognition-based therapies for dementia. The programme was designed by distilling the evidence of the effectiveness of Reality Orientation and related approaches, following a broad-based systematic review. The most beneficial elements identified from previous studies were extracted and incorporated into the programme, using the expertise of specialists in the field. The programme comprised of 15 45-min, twice weekly sessions. It ran in one day centre and three residential homes, involving 27 people with dementia (17 treatment and 10 control subjects). The results of the pilot study showed positive trends in cognition, and trends towards reduced depression and anxiety following treatment. No negative effects were identified. We discuss how the outcomes of the pilot study were used to modify the programme, which now has a stronger cognitive element. This refined programme is currently being tested as part of a large multicentre, randomised controlled trial. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/09602010143000068 (AN 5202117)

    Buona vita

    Guglielmo
    Dott. Guglielmo Rottigni
    Ordine Psicologi Lombardia n° 10126

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    Riferimento: cerco questo articolo sulla stimolazione cognitiva!!!

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    Can reality orientation be rehabilitated? Development and piloting of an evidence-based programme of cognition-based therapies for people with dementia.
    By: Spector, Aimee; Orrell, Martin; Davies, Stephen; Woods, Bob. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Jul2001, Vol. 11 Issue 3/4, p377-397, 21p, 2 charts Abstract: This study describes the development and implementation of a programme of cognition-based therapies for dementia. The programme was designed by distilling the evidence of the effectiveness of Reality Orientation and related approaches, following a broad-based systematic review. The most beneficial elements identified from previous studies were extracted and incorporated into the programme, using the expertise of specialists in the field. The programme comprised of 15 45-min, twice weekly sessions. It ran in one day centre and three residential homes, involving 27 people with dementia (17 treatment and 10 control subjects). The results of the pilot study showed positive trends in cognition, and trends towards reduced depression and anxiety following treatment. No negative effects were identified. We discuss how the outcomes of the pilot study were used to modify the programme, which now has a stronger cognitive element. This refined programme is currently being tested as part of a large multicentre, randomised controlled trial. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/09602010143000068 (AN 5202117)

    Buona vita

    Guglielmo
    sei un angeloooooo grazie!!!!
    Tutto passa…tranne l’autobus che stiamo aspettando

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