Tag Archives: United States: National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine

Systematic Review on Cognitive Therapy for Persons With Dementia (Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders)

Summary A review has been produced regarding the effectiveness of reality orientation, skills training and mixed cognitive training interventions as potential interventions for slowing or reversing cognitive impairment for people living with dementia. It found inconsistent and inconclusive results (as … Continue reading

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Renewed Policy Emphasis on Social Prescribing and Arts Therapies? (DHSC / NHS England / Cochrane Database / JGCR / Dementia)

Summary Matt Hancock, Health and Social Care Secretary, takes a positive view of social prescribing, including greater use the arts and social activities as means of enhancing health and wellbeing. “…we will create a National Academy for Social Prescribing to … Continue reading

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