|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Title:||Benefits of exercise programmes for people with dementia|
|Citation:||Andrews L (2014) Benefits of exercise programmes for people with dementia, Nursing Times, 110 (28), pp. 25-25.|
|Abstract:||Exercise programmes may have a significant effect on improving cognitive functioning in the ability of older people with dementia to perform activities of daily living In this article...: * Results of a Cochrane study examining the value of exercise programmes for people with dementia * Implications of the study for practice|
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