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Creating a Supportive Environment Using Cues for Wayfinding in Dementia (2016)

Davis, R., & Weisbeck, C. (2016). Creating a Supportive Environment Using Cues for Wayfinding in Dementia. Journal of gerontological nursing, 42(3), 36–44. doi: 10.3928/00989134-20160212-07.

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Wayfinding is the ability to find one’s way in the world. This skill is often impaired in persons with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s disease type. Older adult residential environments often have long, non-distinct hallways, poorly differentiated ro ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

OTSLP

Diagnosis:

Dementia