russell.rukin at lineone.net
Tue Apr 26 18:52:01 UTC 2011
My girlfiend was a ward nurse on an Alzheimers ward for many years. Now
she is in the research side and is also a DCM (Dementia Care Mapping)
Get early intervention medically. If possible get onto a drug trial, its
a very fast moving feild out there. Gental reminiccance therapy will be
of benifit. Play old songs from the past, adverts, tv programmes (theme
tunes), items from the past, visit places with meaning from the past you
get the picture. You could do this and then try to stretch the brain
with newer stimuli learning.
On 26/04/2011 19:11, Adrian Tymes wrote:
> On Apr 26, 2011 7:48 AM, "Kelly Anderson" <kellycoinguy at gmail.com
> <mailto:kellycoinguy at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > 2011/4/21 Adrian Tymes <atymes at gmail.com <mailto:atymes at gmail.com>>:
> > > One simple stopgap measure: increased mental activity. Like, a
> regimen of
> > > one Sudoku (or more dedicated stuff, like one Brain Age session)
> per day.
> > Are there more highly recommended brain calisthenics or brain gym type
> > programs out there?
> Probably, but those are the two I hear of the most.
> Be careful not to overload the patient...
> > I'm thinking about writing such a program,
> > incorporating it with the Kinect so that it is a full body experience.
> ...and remember that their bodies usually do not fully work.
> A "full body experience" is less useful, in most cases, than Sudoku.
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