Andrea Galiette Skoglund

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Frontotemporal dementia and primary progressive aphasia are relatively rare dementias, with average age of onset in the 40s to 60s, and cause initial degeneration in behavior and language, respectively. Caregivers of diagnosed individuals report that there is little information available about these diseases. In response to this need, we designed and(More)
The number of individuals who share their time and talents as volunteers is on the rise. In 1993 it was reported that formal volunteer work was performed by 89.2 million Americans, worth an estimated $182.3 billion (Grube & Piliavin, 2000). In particular, most hospitals rely on volunteers to complete a multitude of tasks that both the clinical and the(More)
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