For people with dementia, how effective is cognitive stimulation therapy compared with the use of cholinesterase inhibitors in maintaining or improving a persons activities of daily living skills (ADLs)?
No clinical or research implications
regarding the effectiveness of cognitive stimulation therapy
compared to cholinesterase inhibitors was suggested in the evidence
evaluated. The authors of a systematic review on cognitive
stimulation therapy generally stated that there is a clear need for
more randomised controlled trials which explore the long term
benefits of this intervention.
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