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Effects of Client-Centered Occupational Therapy on Behavioral Psychological Symptoms, Social Interaction, Occupational Performance, Quality of Life, and Caregiver Burden Among the Individuals with Dementia (2022)

Kwon, M.H., & Kim, S.K. (2022). Effects of client-centered occupational therapy on behavioral psychological symptoms, social interaction, occupational performance, quality of life, and caregiver burden among the individuals with dementia. Occupational Therapy In Health Care, 1–16.

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This study aimed to verify the effects of client-centered occupational therapy (OT) on individuals with dementia. Twenty participants were randomly assigned to an experimental group (client-centered OT) and a control group (general OT). Pretest, post ...

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