Simulated presence therapy
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Simulated presence therapy is an emotion-oriented non-pharmacological intervention for people with dementia. It is based in psychological attachment theories and is normally carried out playing a recording with voices of the closest relatives of the patient. There are preliminary evidences indicating that SPT may reduce anxiety and challenging behaviors.
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- O'Connor, C.M.; Smith, R.; Nott, M.T.; Lorang, C.; Mathews, R.M. (2011). "Using Video Simulated Presence to reduce resistance to care and increase participation of adults with dementia". Am J Alzheimers Dis Other Demen. 26 (4): 317–25. doi:10.1177/1533317511410558. PMID 21624886.
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