Multistimulation group therapy in Alzheimer's disease promotes changes in brain functioning.

@article{Baglio2015MultistimulationGT,
  title={Multistimulation group therapy in Alzheimer's disease promotes changes in brain functioning.},
  author={Francesca Baglio and Ludovica Griffanti and Francesca Lea Saibene and Cristian Ricci and Margherita Alberoni and Raffaella Critelli and Fabiana Villanelli and Raffaella Fioravanti and Federica Mantovani and Alessandra D'amico and Monia Cabinio and Maria Giulia Preti and Raffaello Nemni and Elisabetta Farina},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={13-24}
}
Background. The growing social emergency represented by Alzheimer's disease (AD) and the lack of medical treatments able to modify the disease course have kindled the interest in nonpharmacological therapies. Objective. We introduced a novel nonpharmacological approach for people with AD (PWA) named Multidimensional Stimulation group Therapy (MST) to improve PWA condition in different disease domains: cognition, behavior, and motor functioning. Methods. Enrolling 60 PWA in a mild to moderate… CONTINUE READING
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