The Effect of an Interventional Movement Program on the Mechanical Gait Characteristics of a Patient With Dementia

Preserving functional mobility, especially in terms of maintaining a steady gait, poses a considerable challenge for individuals grappling with dementia. The occupational therapy approach stands out for its individualised and tailored nature, facilitating interventions targeting movement impairments and functional limitations. This study strongly emphasises the pivotal role of occupational therapy in optimising gait mechanics and contributing to the overall well-being enhancement of individuals grappling with dementia.

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