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  1. Procedural and emotional religious activity therapy: connecting cognition and affective aspects of Alzheimer's disease

    Contributor(s):: Vance, D. E.

    Procedural and Emotional Religious Activity Therapy is a new approach for involving adults with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias with spiritually-laden activities. This therapy works by incorporating religious activities that are both emotionally-salient and have a procedural memory...

  2. Animal Assisted Therapy and Activities in Alzheimer's Disease

    Contributor(s):: Sibel Cevizci, Halil Murat Sen, Fahri Gunes, Elif Karaahment

    This book section discusses animal assisted therapy and its effect on chronic diseases like Alzheimer's Disease.

  3. Family and staff perceptions of pet therapy and the well-being of people with Alzheimer's disease

    Contributor(s):: McCartin, Laurie Erin

  4. 'Sea-ing' results: an aquarium can help boost Alzheimer's patients' appetites

    Contributor(s):: Lakdawalla, Pervin

  5. Animal-assisted therapy for dementia: a review of the literature

    Contributor(s):: Filan, Susan L., Llewellyn-Jones, Robert H.

  6. Comparison of the effects of toys versus live animals on the communication of patients with dementia of the Alzheimer's type

    Contributor(s):: Greer, Kari L., Pustay, Karen A., Zaun, Tracey C., Coppens, Patrick

  7. Day care and Alzheimer's disease: a weekend program in New York City

    Contributor(s):: Rabinowitz, Ellen

  8. Nonpharmacological management of agitated behaviours associated with dementia

    Contributor(s):: Forbes, Dorothy A., Peacock, Shelley, Morgan, Debra

  9. Patients respond to aquariums

    Contributor(s):: Edwards, Nancy E., Beck, Alan M.

  10. Stimulating the Senses [pet therapy]

    Contributor(s):: Devi, Gayatri, Mitchell, Deborah R.

  11. STIR--Success Through Individual Recreation: working with the low-functioning resident with dementia or Alzheimer's disease

    Contributor(s):: Russen-Rondinone, Tonya, DesRoberts, Anne-Marie M.

  12. Non-pharmacological approaches for dementia that informal carers might try or access: a systematic review

    Contributor(s):: Hulme, C., Wright, J., Crocker, T., Oluboyede, Y., House, A.

  13. The influence of animal-assisted therapy on nutrition of Alzheimer's disease individuals

    Contributor(s):: Edwards, N.

  14. Care at the end of life

    Contributor(s):: Volicer, L.

  15. Comparing the effectiveness of animal interaction, digital music relaxation, and humor on the galvanic skin response of individuals with Alzheimer's disease: implications for recreational therapy

    Contributor(s):: Petterson, M., Loy, D. P.

  16. Dogs - and handlers - specially trained for animal assisted memory therapy

  17. Special care for dementia in nursing homes: overview of innovations in programs and activities

    Contributor(s):: Van Haitsma, K., Ruckdeschel, K.

  18. Student spotlight. Pet therapy and increased socialization among elderly clients

    Contributor(s):: Combs, A.

  19. The impacts of live-in animals and plants on nursing home residents: a pilot longitudinal investigation

    Contributor(s):: Ruckdeschel, K., Van Haitsma, K.

  20. The effects of pet therapy on the social behavior of institutionalized Alzheimer's clients

    Contributor(s):: L.G. Kongable, Kathleen C. Buckwalter, J.M. Stolley

    Twelve (N = 12) Alzheimer's (AD) residents of a Special Care Unit in a large midwest Veterans' Home were observed for the effects of the presence of a pet dog on eight social behaviors: smiles, laughs, looks, leans, touches, verbalizations, name-calling, and others. Observations took place on...