People with dementia often struggle to maintain their everyday activities, placing increasing demands on their family caregivers. Occupational therapists play a crucial role in supporting individuals by helping them engage in meaningful activities, ultimately improving their overall well-being. Dutch researchers created a specialised occupational therapy program for individuals with mild to moderate dementia and their caregivers. The program, conducted at home, proved to be highly effective. It not only enhanced the person with dementia’s ability to carry out daily tasks but also positively impacted their mood and overall quality of life.
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