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Home Modifications for People With Alzheimer’s Disease: A Scoping Review / Linda R. Struckmeyer; Noralyn Davel Pickens

By: Struckmeyer, LR.
Contributor(s): Pickens, ND.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Adaptació a la malaltia | Adaptació a l'entorn | Demència | Malaltia d'Alzheimer | Teràpia Ocupacional | Cuidadors | Modificació de l'entornOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy 2016 GEN-FEB; 70(1): 7001270020p1-7001270020p9Summary: OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this review was twofold: (1) to gain insight into what is known from the literature about home modifications for people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and (2) to identify gaps in the literature that could lead to opportunities for research. 1994 through 2014 explored home modifications and AD. findings pertain to (1) the caregiver role and caregiver training, (2) a client-centered collaborative approach to assessment and intervention, and (3) modifications for safety and function. Home modifications involved the physical and social environments as well as cognitive strategies at the task level. the exploration of home modifications in the later stages of AD, and the study of home modification needs of people with dementia who live alone.
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OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this review was twofold: (1) to gain insight into what is known from the literature about home modifications for people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and (2) to identify gaps in the literature that could lead to opportunities for research. 1994 through 2014 explored home modifications and AD. findings pertain to (1) the caregiver role and caregiver training, (2) a client-centered collaborative approach to assessment and intervention, and (3) modifications for safety and function. Home modifications involved the physical and social environments as well as cognitive strategies at the task level. the exploration of home modifications in the later stages of AD, and the study of home modification needs of people with dementia who live alone.

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