Effectiveness of community-based, nonpharmacological interventions for early-stage dementia: conclusions and recommendations.

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In 2007, a comprehensive review of the extant research on nonpharmacological interventions for persons with early-stage dementia was conducted. More than 150 research reports, centered on six major domains, were included: early-stage support groups, cognitive training and enhancement programs, exercise programs, exemplar programs, health promotion programs… (More)

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@article{Burgener2009EffectivenessOC, title={Effectiveness of community-based, nonpharmacological interventions for early-stage dementia: conclusions and recommendations.}, author={Sandy C. Burgener and Linda L. Buettner and Elizabeth Beattie and Karen Moomaw Rose}, journal={Journal of gerontological nursing}, year={2009}, volume={35 3}, pages={50-7; quiz 58-9} }