Tag Archives: Montessori Principles

Systematic Review of Meaningful Activity for People With Dementia in Long-Term Care (Cochrane Database / NIHR Signal / PLoS Medicine)

Summary Mainstream opinion is nowadays in favour of providing personally-tailored meaningful activity for people with dementia in long-term care, as a means of improving mental wellbeing and quality of life, and / or reducing challenging behaviour without resort to antipsychotics. … Continue reading

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Relate, Motivate, Appreciate: A Montessori Resource (Alzheimer’s Australia)

Summary The main dementia charity in Australia has launched a document about the application of Montessori techniques in dementia. This is part of “RELATE, MOTIVATE, APPRECIATE: A Montessori Resource”. Refer to http://www.fightdementia.org.au and the Relate, Motivate, Appreciate website. Full Text … Continue reading

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