Occupational Therapy for People With Dementia and Their Family Carers Provided at Home: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Supporting individuals with dementia who reside at home poses a significant and challenging concern for all parties, including the afflicted and their families, as well as healthcare providers and policymakers. Family members assuming the role of primary caregivers have reported elevated levels of caregiver strain, along with physical and mental health issues. However, results of a 2019 study indicate that administering occupational therapy in a home setting may enhance various crucial outcomes for individuals with dementia and their family caregivers.

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