Doll therapy reducing psychotropic medication in aged care

| 02 May 2016

Doll therapy has been found to reduce anxiety and aggression in people with dementia by up to 60-90 per cent. Canberra residential aged care facility, Uniting Mirinjani Weston, found that the introduction of a doll therapy nursery halved the level of psychotropic medication administered within their dementia care unit.

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Tags: aged care, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, doll therapy, health, medication, residential aged care, wellbeing

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