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Dementia Quality standard [QS184]

Source
NICE
Year of publication
2019
Abstract
People living with dementia should be offered activities such as exercise, aromatherapy, art, gardening, baking, reminiscence therapy, music therapy, mindfulness and animal assisted therapy to help promote their wellbeing.

The recommendation comes in NICE’s updated quality standard on dementia published 28 June 2019.

It says people living with dementia and people involved in their care should be given the opportunity to talk about their life experiences, preferences, interests, strengths with a healthcare professional. This can help the person living with dementia to choose activities to promote wellbeing that suit their preferences and needs.

Date added
16/07/2019
Created by
Heather Gardner
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health