Age-appropriate services for people diagnosed with young onset dementia (YOD): a systematic review.

@article{Mayrhofer2018AgeappropriateSF,
  title={Age-appropriate services for people diagnosed with young onset dementia (YOD): a systematic review.},
  author={Andrea M Mayrhofer and Elspeth Mathie and Jane McKeown and Frances Bunn and Caitlyn Goodman},
  journal={Aging & mental health},
  year={2018},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={
          927-935
        }
}
BACKGROUND Literature agrees that post-diagnostic services for people living with young onset dementia (YOD) need to be age-appropriate, but there is insufficient evidence of 'what works' to inform service design and delivery. OBJECTIVE To provide an evidence base of age-appropriate services and to review the perceived effectiveness of current interventions. METHODS We undertook a systematic review including all types of research relating to interventions for YOD. We searched PubMed, CINHAL… CONTINUE READING
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