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Predictors of activity involvement in dementia care homes: a cross-sectional study

Publication of Innovations in Care
D. Smit, B. Willemse, A.M. Pot, J. Lange,de | Article | Publication date: 04 August 2017
Despite the finding that involvement in activities is one of the most important needs of residents with dementia living in care homes, care facilities struggle to fulfill this need. Over the years, various factors are suggested which may contribute to or disable activity provision in dementia care homes. These include limited financial resources, task oriented staff and disease-related characteristics of residents. This study aims to further clarify which of these factors predict higher activity involvement.

Author(s) - affiliated with Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

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