No cognitive gains from ‘brain gaming’ found in studies of older adults with dementia
Nov 11, 2021
Using video and software games aimed at improving brain function may be enjoyable, but it doesn’t improve memory, executive function, visuospatial skills or language in older adults with cognitive impairment,...
Virtual music therapy program engages senior living residents cognitively, socially during pandemic
Oct 05, 2020
A collaborative music therapy program has safely engaged small groups of residents and hit its therapeutic marks during the pandemic, says a Cleveland senior living operator.
Online followup praised for reducing lingering depression and anxiety, study finds
Feb 10, 2020
Online depression care augments conventional therapy and helps prevent recurring symptoms, say psychologist-researchers.
Combination of talk therapy and exercise improves stroke related fatigue, study finds
Feb 21, 2012
The persistent fatigue that can linger for months and even years following a stroke currently has no treatment, but a new study suggest a combination of talk therapy and exercise might help.