Tag Archives: Quality of Life: Patient and Caregiver (QoL-AD; EQ5D)

Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy for Dementia (iCST): RCT Study Protocol (Trials)

Summary Although the Department of Health favours improving access to psychological therapies many people with dementia are unable to access psychological interventions which could improve their quality of life, and that of their carers. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) groups can improve … Continue reading

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Case-Finding of Dementia in General Practice (BMC Public Health)

Summary Since dementia is often undiagnosed until relatively late, case finding and proactive care may be beneficial for both patients and carers by clarifying the reasons for cognitive decline and facilitating support, care planning and access to services. This paper … Continue reading

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