A Discussion of the Use of Virtual Reality in Dementia

  title={A Discussion of the Use of Virtual Reality in Dementia},
  author={Linda Garcia and Adi Kartolo and Eric M{\'e}thot-Curtis},
Dementia is a multifaceted disorder that impairs cognitive functions such as memory, language, and executive functions necessary to plan, organize, and prioritize tasks required for goal-directed behaviours. Ninety percent of persons with dementia present with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type, vascular dementia, diffuse Lewy body dementia, or frontotemporal dementia [1]. All of these conditions affect the neurological functioning of the brain with different pathologies resulting in different… CONTINUE READING


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