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This article considers the effectiveness of dog visitation therapy in dementia care and considers implications for practice. The literature indicates that visits by animals to care settings can bring various benefits to patients and residents, including relaxation, less apathy, agitation and...
The assessment of anxiety can be difficult in older populations. In particular, the assessment of anxiety in long-term care settings can be problematic, because patients may be experiencing some level of cognitive impairment as well as co-existing medical conditions. The Geriatric Anxiety...
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