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Dementia and Non-Pharmacological Interventions: Comparing Different Interventions and Agitation Levels
Journal of student research
Agitation is one of the most prevalent symptoms among Dementia patients. To conclude which type of intervention eases agitation most efficiently, art-centered interventions and music-centered interventions were conducted and observed. Behaviors observed during musical interventions included patient participation, singing, and dancing while behaviors observed during art-centered interventions included bonding over complaints. To ensure accuracy, the observed results are compared with scores ondoi:10.47611/jsrhs.v11i1.2377 fatcat:tirctilgrbbtjmlox34qkit3zu