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Citizen Briefing: Commercially available Computerised Cognitive Training for Older Adults

Navigating the field of commercially available cognitive training can be tricky and challenging for consumers. A recent systematic review and meta-analysis by Nguyen et al. (2022) explored the efficacy of using commercially available computer cognitive training programs in older adults with and without Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Our recent citizen briefing summarises the review by […]

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Study Piloting the Implementation of Cognitive Interventions in Australian Memory Clinics.

The Australian Dementia Network (ADNeT) Cognitive Intervention Working Group is undergoing a pilot feasibility study to implement cognitive interventions in Australian memory clinics. The study hopes to address some of the barriers that have limited the implementation of cognitive interventions by delivering training to clinicians through a clinician toolkit (eCourse). The study will further evaluate

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Cochrane Review published on Cognitive Rehabilitation for People with Mild to Moderate Dementia

A new Cochrane Systematic Review published on cognitive rehabilitation for people with mild to moderate dementia has shown that Cognitive Rehabilitation helps people living with dementia to manage everyday activities that are important to them. To learn more click the link below

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