UK researchers tested the WHELD, or well-being and health for people with dementia, intervention, which included patient-centered care and socialization, against usual care for nursing home patients with dementia. The study in PLOS Medicine found WHELD was associated with improvements in patients' quality of life scores and measures of agitation and was less expensive than usual care.
Well-being intervention improves quality of life for dementia patients
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