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Kramer, Friedman & Bernstein used what kind of therapy..

-evaluate social behaviours of dementia patients during a one-on-one visit, visit with a real dog and a visit with an Aibo.

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Kramer and Friedman found...

-all three activities increased interactive behaviours

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Goals of Libyan & Cohen-Mansfield of therapy
1.
2.
3.

-what effect occurs when CI people interact with a robot cat
-does a robotic cat trigger more positive interactions than a plush toy
-what degree does dementia level impact interaction with robotic cat

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Libyan &; Cohen-Mansfield found...

-both plush and robotic cats increased pleasure.
-the plush cat actually decreased agitation
-the robotic cat did not make any significant changes in agitation
-both conditions demonstrated increased attention

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SNOEZELEN study aimed to

compare effects of Snoezelen on mood and behaviour with reminiscence therapy- an established and accepted intervention

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(Balloon) Was Snoezelen more effective or as effective of Reminiscence therapy?

There was no significant difference in heart rate, agitated behaviour between the Snoezelen and Remin. Therapy.

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Barrik studied...

the impact of ambient bright light on agitation in dementia

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Barrick found that ambient light..
-in the am...
-pm...
-all day conditions...
Did what for those with mild/moderate dementia?

Those with mild to moderate dementia
-in the am...
-pm...
-all day conditions...
were all significantly more agitated than under standard light

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Skrajner-
1,2,3

Montessori vs Zygola

This research aimed to:
1. determine the effect of participant’s involvement in Resident-Assisted Programming on the participants who led and participated in activities
2. determine the difference, if any, between two separate 3. difference between phase groups (pilot vs train-the-trainer) and program effects.

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Skrajner- Results

Constructive Engagement

Passive Engagement

Other Engagement

Positive measures

Constructive Engagement Increased only in the Montessori-based group.

Passive Engagement increased in both groups

Other Engagement strongly reduced in Montessori group though similar results only in phase 2 Zgola group

Non-Engagement measures not seen

Positive measures seen in both conditions

Results support efficacy of these programs

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Wescott & Healy (2011

Evaluate high school student participant’s experiences in regards to participation in the program.

Hypothesized that participant’s perceptions of older adults and those with Alzheimer’s would shift in a more positive direction after participating in the MBI program.

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Wescott & Healy (2011 Results

Increase in positive perception

Support Hypothesis

Feedback provided reported positive feelings of growth

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Raglio

Establish affect attunement with the patient through systematic use of music and reciprocal empathetic behavior

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Raglio NPI Results...
How long did it persist?
anything specific??

-Significantly lower NPI scores for experimental group at 8 & 16 weeks
-Effect persisted 4 weeks after completion
-NPI domains specifically reduced:
Anxiety, agitation, apathy, irritability (to name a few)

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Majic et al. (2013)
IV: The effect of
DV: The measured amounts of
Expected: AAT should decrease all symptoms examined

...Animal Assisted Therapy
...agitation/aggression and depression in dementia patients

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Sellers, D. (2005)
IV: The effect of...
DV: Changes in...
Expected: Elders in the treatment phase would show decreased ________behaviours and an increase in _______ behaviours when compared to baseline

...AAT
...social and agitated behaviours
Expected: Elders in the treatment phase would show decreased AGITATED BEH and an increase in SOCIAL BEHAVIOURS when compared to baseline

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Magic Results: Agitation/aggression and depression ... &

Agitation/aggression and depression remained stable in treatment group
Increased in control
Cognitive decline occurred in both groups

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Raglio empathetic behavior

Average improvements in EB and reductions in n-EB
Improved acceptance

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Park & Pringle Specht

Reduce agitation during peak times through systematic use of pre-recorded individualized music

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Park & Pringle Specht- RESULTS 1 of 2
Significantly lower mean ....
When were these levels found?

Significantly lower mean agitation levels during and after listening, compared to before, were found

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Park & Pringle Specht- RESULTS 2 of 2
Significantly ________ mean agitation levels were....
&
...

Park & Pringle Specht- RESULTS 2 of 2
Significantly different mean agitation levels were not found during or after listening
&
No significant difference in mean agitation levels was found between intervention and non-intervention weeks

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Baillion

compare the effects of Snoezelen and reminiscence therapy on agitated behavior

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Baillion Results:
AMBI-
Heart Rate-
Interaction Scale

AMBI : No significant difference between pre/post session
Heart Rate : No significant difference in mean heart rate
Interact Scale: No significant positive change in behaviors

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Chung

To examine the values of a reminiscence programme, adopting an intergenerational approach, on older persons with early dementia and youth volunteersChung results

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Chung Results

QOLAD
CGDS
DQ

Significant pre- and postprogramme differences were found for QoL-AD and CGDS among the elderly participants, and for DQ among the youth participants.
-Volunteers also showed positive appreciation of older persons and opined that this community service provided them an opportunity to re- flect on their relationship with elderly relatives. Some volunteers, however, commented the heavy workload of the reminiscence programme.

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LEE

Effects of intergenerational Montessori-based activities programming on engagement of nursing home residents with dementia

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LEE REsults

An overarching finding was that during IGP, the predominant form of engagement displayed by older adults with dementia was CE, followed by PE