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Title: A holistic approach to caring for people with Alzheimer's Disease
Author(s): McCabe, Louise
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Keywords: Alzheimer's disease
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Date Deposited: 31-Aug-2009
Citation: McCabe L (2008) A holistic approach to caring for people with Alzheimer's Disease. Nursing Standard, 22 (42), pp. 50-56.
Abstract: This article adopts a holistic view of Alzheimer's disease. Biomedical, psychological and social aspects of the condition are discussed and aetiology, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment explored. A range of approaches to working with people with Alzheimer's disease, based on a psychological model of dementia, is described including reminiscence and cognitive stimulation therapy.
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