Dolls and toy animals for hospitalized elders
Contributor(s):: Milton, Isabel, MacPhail, Judith
Managing dementia agitation in residential aged care
Contributor(s):: Bidewell, John W., Chang, Esther
The impact of past and present preferences on stimulus engagement in nursing home residents with dementia
Contributor(s):: Cohen-Mansfield, Jiska, Marx, Marcia S., Thein, Khin, Dakheel-Ali, Maha
Interventi assistiti con gli animali come strumenti innovativi per il trattamento dei disturbi psichiatrici
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| Contributor(s):: Francesca Cirulli, Marta Borgi, Alessandra Berry, Nadia Francia, Enrico Alleva
There is a growing interest for the potential health benefits of human-animal interactions. Although scientific evidence on the effects is far from being consistent, companion animals are used with a large number of human subjects, ranging from children to elderly people, who benefit most from...
Leader to watch. Shara Stodola, RN
| Contributor(s):: Shaffer, F. A., Sherman, R. O.
Good business practices
| Contributor(s):: Milton, Isabel, MacPhail, Judith
Transfiguration of the collectivity by animal assisted therapy: A case of dog therapy at a geriatric hospital
| Contributor(s):: Kato, Kensuke, Atsumi, Tomohide
A progress report of long-term robot assisted activity at a health service facility for the aged
| Contributor(s):: Wada, K., Shibata, T., Saito, T., Sakamoto, K., Tanie, K.
Robotic therapy at an elderly institution using a therapeutic robot
| Contributor(s):: Shibata, Takanori, Wada, Kazuyoshi, Saito, Tomoko, Tanie, Kazuo
You can teach an old dog new tricks!
| Contributor(s):: Kotch, Ava J.
| Contributor(s):: Prosine?ki, Nina
| Contributor(s):: Beckmann, Antje, Wesenberg, Sandra
Pflegerische Versorgung im Bereich der stationären Altenhilfe
| Contributor(s):: Schneekloth, U.
Age-related behavioural disorders in dogs: clinical, behavioural and therapeutic approach
| Contributor(s):: Osella, M. C., Bergamasco, L., Badino, P.
Practicing veterinarians have long been aware of geriatric behavioural changes in pet dogs, often described by the owners as "normal aging" or "senility". The first diagnostic tool is a good knowledge of the potential behavioural changes associated with aging; afterwards any underlying medical...
Companion animals and older people
[The philosophy of Zootherapy Quebec]
| Contributor(s):: Brousseau, C., Lefebvre, L.
Care of the elderly: medicinal Brandy
| Contributor(s):: Williams, K.
Death in the family: helping with pet bereavement
| Contributor(s):: O'Donovan, S.