At-home Occupational Therapy Fails to Slow Decline in Alzheimer’s Patients in Study

At-home Occupational Therapy Fails to Slow Decline in Alzheimer’s Patients in Study
Two years of in-home occupational therapy, added to collaborative care, did not slow the rate of functional decline — the progressive loss of cognitive, emotional, and physical abilities — in patients with Alzheimer disease (AD), a new study reported. The study, “Targeting Functional Decline in Alzheimer Disease: A Randomized Trial,” was published in Annals of Internal Medicine. “Over the typical

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