Examination of a cut-off score to express the meaningful activity of people with dementia using iPad application (ADOC).

@article{Tomori2015ExaminationOA,
  title={Examination of a cut-off score to express the meaningful activity of people with dementia using iPad application (ADOC).},
  author={Kounosuke Tomori and Hirofumi Nagayama and Yuki Saito and Kanta Ohno and Ryutaro Nagatani and Toshio Higashi},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={126-31}
}
PURPOSE To determine a quantifiable measure to identify patients with dementia who can choose an illustration of meaningful activity using an iPad application, Aid for Decision-making in Occupation Choice (ADOC). METHOD We recruited 116 patients from 5 institutions in Japan. Occupational therapists interviewed patients with dementia to determine meaningful activities using ADOC. The most meaningful activity was confirmed by their primary caregivers. The cut-off was estimated from Mini-Mental… CONTINUE READING
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