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This randomized clinical trial reports that problem adaptation therapy was more efficacious than supportive therapy for cognitively impaired patients in reducin
This study will evaluate the efficacy of Problem Adaptation Therapy (PATH) vs. Supportive Therapy for Cognitively Impaired (STCI) older adults
Problem adaptation therapy for older adults with major depression and cognitive impairment: a randomized clinical trial.
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Cognitivebehavioral therapy with older adults. Older adults can benefit and response to cognitive behavior therapy in older adults with generalized
Environmental adaptations can be helpful to older adults in a wide range of settings (e. g. , home, communitybased centers) and with varying health and functional challenges including cognitive loss, physical limitations, or sensory changes.
Most adaptations to therapy with older clients involve the nature of presenting problems typically brought in by older adults and the therapistclient relationship. Older adults face problems such as chronic illness, grief, and cognitive impairment at a much higher rate than younger clients.