One Hour of Social Interaction Improved Quality of Life for People with Dementia in UK Care Homes

One Hour of Social Interaction Improved Quality of Life for People with Dementia in UK Care Homes
Having one hour a week of social interaction, combined with a just a small amount of personalized care, can improve the quality of life of people with dementia who live in care homes, according to a recent study in the United Kingdom. These findings came from the Improving Wellbeing and Health for People with Dementia (WHELD) trial, the largest non-pharmacological randomized control trial in people with dementia living in care homes to date. The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter, King's College London and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and included the collaborat
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