Meeting the needs of elderly with bathing disability.

  title={Meeting the needs of elderly with bathing disability.},
  author={Magnus Zingmark and Birgitta Bernsp{\aa}ng},
  journal={Australian occupational therapy journal},
  volume={58 3},
BACKGROUND/AIMS Difficulties with bathing are frequent among older people and are associated with an increasing need for societal support. As loss of independence has a negative impact on health and wellbeing, it is important to study interventions that can provide the required support for people to be able to remain independent. Occupational therapy interventions can improve clients' abilities enabling them to bathe themselves, thus reducing the need for other, more long-term societal support… CONTINUE READING
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