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Effect of Home-based Multi-Component Activity Program (Home-MAP) for mild Alzheimer's Disease Patients and Caregivers
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Effect of Home-based Multi-Component Activity Program (Home-MAP) for mild Alzheimer's Disease Patients and Caregivers
Hwang, Yun-Jung; Jeong, Won-Mee; Lee, Dong-Young;
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 Abstract
Objective : The aim of this study was to examine the effects of the Home-based Multi-component Activity Program (Home-MAP) for the maintenance activities of daily living (ADL) for patients with mild Alzheimer's disease (AD) and on caregiver burden for caregivers. Methods : Nine mild AD patients and family caregivers. The Home-MAP was performed 1d/wk, for a total of 10 times over 10 weeks. Results : After the 10 sessions, participants' motor and process skills scores on the AMPS were found to have significantly improved (p=.028 and p=.028, respectively). The BPSD frequency score on the R-MBPC was found to be significantly reduced (p=.017). The BPSD symptoms related to caregiver reaction score on the R-MBPC and distress score on the NPI-Q were significantly reduced (p=.039 and p=.018, respectively). Conclusions : The Home-MAP appears to have contributed to the improvement of patients' capabilities in performing in ADL, to a reduction of BPSD, and to a reduction of burden related to BPSD.
 Keywords
AD;Caregiver Burden;Daily Living Skills;Home-MAP;
 Language
Korean
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