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During a larger evaluation study of a Midwestern Alzheimer's Disease Association Family Caregiver Support Group Program and using their program objectives as the standard of evaluation, qualitative data was recorded. Caregiver statements were categorized into topic areas based on program...
Self-injurious behaviors in psychiatric disorders are not uncommon, particularly among developmentally disabled children and psychotic patients. However; this phenomenon is rarely discussed in Alzheimer's disease. In this paper we cite a case of self-injurious behavior in a patient with probable...
All 38 geriatric assessment service units identified in Michigan were surveyed and responded as a component of planning a statewide network of diagnostic and assessment services for patients with dementia. Most units were outpatient (71 percent), urban (71 percent), and hospital-based (82...
Functional skills training techniques and effective communication strategies previously found to improve function and decrease behavioral problems in cognitively impaired nursing home residents were taught to family members in tandem with their introduction to an Alzheimer day care center....
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