Interventions to Improve Resilience in People Living With Dementia (Frontiers in Medicine)

Summary

A review of the literature has identified five types of interventions designed to support resilience (coping with adversity) in people with dementia, which comprise:

  1. Dementia Advisors.
  2. Peer Support Network Services.
  3. Visual Arts Enrichment Activities (VAEA).
  4. Memory Makers.
  5. Early-Stage and Beyond Community Activities (ESBCA).

Limitations to current understanding, and suggestions for further research, are outlined.

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Reference

Whelan, S. Teahan, Á. [and] Casey, D. (2020). Fostering the resilience of people with dementia: a narrative literature review. Frontiers in Medicine. February 25th 2020; Vol.7: 45.

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