Cognitive retraining programs for the elderly: a case study of cost benefit issues.

@article{Taylor1984CognitiveRP,
  title={Cognitive retraining programs for the elderly: a case study of cost benefit issues.},
  author={Louis L. Taylor and Jerome A Yesavage},
  journal={Clinical gerontologist},
  year={1984},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={
          51-63
        }
}
Memory improvement is a significant concern of the elderly. This paper addresses the costs and benefits of comprehensive non-medical cognitive retraining programs. An administrative cost analysis of one representative cognitive intervention program is presented and benefits in terms of foregone costs of nursing care are quantified. 

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