How do activating interventions fit the personal needs, characteristics and preferences of people with dementia living in the community and their informal caregivers?
Publication of Innovations in Care
M.A. Leven, van 't, J. Lange, de, A.E. Prick, A.M. Pot | Article | Publication date: 10 August 2016
Psychosocial interventions aim to mitigate the serious consequences of dementia for the daily life of people with dementia and their informal caregivers. To deliver a person-centred approach, it is crucial to take needs, characteristics and preferences of people with dementia and their informal caregivers into account. However, these factors are generally not systematically checked in order to determine which intervention will be most appropriate.