Alzheimer's Disease and Sensory Therapy
Originally used to treat children with disabilities, sensory therapy has proven to be an effective means to assist with the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias. Sensory therapies most well-known benefit is its ability to regulate mood. Research has shown that it decreases anxiety, agitation and depression. It has also been shown to improve self-esteem and can trigger memories. For more information on how this therapy can improve the well-being of the person in your care, please call us at (941) 208-5489 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Call, ET, CSFS, CDP
Alzheimer's Home Therapy (Southwest, Florida)